Saul Margo advises on all aspects of pensions law.
His most recent advisory work includes: advising as to whether CPI could be used for the purposes of calculated pension increases and revaluation; advising on a wide range of rectification issues, including the possible use of a Deed of Correction; advising TPR on the likely meaning of various terms used in the Pensions Act 2008; advising an employer as to whether a section 75 debt has been triggered and the effect of PNPF Trust Co Ltd v Taylor in that context; advising the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government on his powers in relation to a reference of a question to the Secretary of State under regulation 7(5) of the Local Government Pension Scheme (Administration) Regulations 2008; and advising in relation to the definition of pensionable pay in the Firefighters’ Pension Scheme.
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