Harry Scott is a pensions lawyer in our employment team, with considerable experience in advising trustees and employers about occupational pension schemes.
Scott’s experience covers the full range of pensions law and practice, including the pensions element of corporate deals, drafting scheme documents, scheme mergers and advising about employer debt, discrimination and compensation for senior executives on the termination of employment. It also includes Pensions Ombudsman claims and clearance applications to the Pensions Regulator.
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