Outer Temple has long been established as one of the leading chambers specialising in pensions law, whether in litigation or in complex transactions.
We advise on all legal aspects of pensions and trusts, from interpreting the most technical details of new legislation to applying arcane aspects of trust law. Our barristers appear regularly in the High Court and Appellate Courts, before the Pensions Ombudsman and the Determinations Panel of the Pensions Regulator, and in Employment and Appeal Tribunals.
We are unusual in having acknowledged expertise in both pensions and employment law and are able to provide practitioners with dual expertise.
Some of our barristers also specialise in regulatory and disciplinary matters, such as disciplinary proceedings before the Adjudication and/or Disciplinary Tribunal Panels of the Faculty and Institute of Actuaries, and criminal prosecutions brought by the Pensions Regulator.
Members of chambers are available to act as arbitrators and mediators.
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Information sourced from the Outer Temple Chambers website.
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