Bryant, Keith QC
Keith Bryant was called in 1991 and appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2013. He specialises in all aspects of pensions law and employment law.
Bryant’s pensions practice covers both contentious and non-contentious work.
He acts for and advises a wide range of clients, including trustees, employers, scheme advisers and trade unions. He has acted for a number of representative beneficiaries in recent rectification and other High Court claims. Bryant has also been involved in a number of matters before the Determinations Panel of the Pensions Regulator (including advising the panel in the Nortel case) and has advised and acted for the Pension Protection Fund in claims for the recovery of levy payments. He also has particular expertise in statutory pension schemes and regularly advises in relation to the police, firefighters’, teachers’, NHS and local government pension schemes.
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