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The Pensions Regulator has issued details of additional information that trustees will be required to include in scheme return submissions.
The Pension Schemes Bill is currently working its way through the parliamentary process.
A frequent question for pension lawyers is the extent to which trustees are required to give reasons for their decisions.
Nabarro has released the October 2013 issue of its Pensions Update, which discusses automatic enrolment among other topics.
This guide explores the steps that need to be considered in relation to a claim for age discrimination and notes the legitimate aims that have been recognised.
The CJEU has ruled that an employer is entitled to recover VAT on services procured by the employer for the management and operation of its pension fund.
Nabarro’s annual legal seminar highlighted new legal topics affecting the funds and real-estate sectors. This is part one of a two-part series dealing with the topics covered in the seminar.
The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has opened a consultation on a new draft code of practice for conducting privacy impact assessments.
The UK ICO has prosecuted a pay-day loans company and its director for failing to notify that its business was processing personal data in the UK.
Since 1 September 2013, employers may offer employees a new form of employment relationship — that of ‘employee shareholder’.
This briefing considers the potential for increased use of arbitration in cross-border financial services disputes and the implications for key stakeholders within the financial-services sector.
UK companies struggling with energy and emissions monitoring and reporting obligations should be aware that more obligations are coming.
HM Treasury has published new guidance on its Fair Deal policy. This follows a lengthy consultation process beginning in March 2011.
The UK Information Commissioner’s Office has opened a consultation on a new draft code of practice for conducting privacy impact assessments.
As of today, trademark owners have the option to use a new ‘fast-track’ opposition procedure to challenge conflicting marks filed in the UK.
Nabarro has released the September 2013 issue of QuarterDay, a publication focused on real-estate dispute resolution.