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By Katherine Carter, Richard Evans
Just when UK pension scheme trustees are getting to grips with the new investment and disclosure duties announced in 2018, the UK government has announced further requirements which will be introduced from October 2020.
By Giles Bywater, Katherine Carter
The Court of Appeal has upheld an appeal against a High Court decision that amendments made to a pension scheme to introduce higher pension increases were valid despite a failure
By Susan Rosser, Tom Wild
What options are available to a party which finds itself pressured to enter into a contract?
By Robert Slattery, James Whitaker
The Court of Appeal's recent decision in Jofa Ltd & Anor v Benherst Finance Ltd & Anor1 provides a timely reminder of issues that commonly arise, as well as important practical guidance
By Diletta De Cicco, Charles-Albert Helleputte
EU Cyber Threat Landscape And Outlook What You Should Know About The ENISA Report
By Diletta De Cicco, Charles-Albert Helleputte, Jason Hungerford, David Simon, Paulette Vander Schueren, Paul Whitfield-Jones, Oliver Yaros, Mark Prinsley, Timothy C. Lee, Tamer A. Soliman
On May 17, 2019, the European Union ("EU") adopted new legislation for imposing sanctions on persons engaged in cyber-attacks on the EU or its member states ...
By Daniel Cook, Alistair Graham
The England & Wales High Court recently handed down its decision in Rose and others v Creativityetc and others [2019] EWHC 1043 (Ch),
By Mayer Brown
On Friday (24 May) the Court of Appeal delivered its decision in the cases of Capita v Ali and Hextall v Chief Constable of Leicestershire
By Beth Brown, James Harrison, Jonathan Cohen
Thank you to everyone who has supported Mayer Brown's NextGen initiative to date.
By Charles-Albert Helleputte, Diletta De Cicco, Mark Prinsley, Oliver Yaros
The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on 25 May 2018. In this article, we look back at its impact and the trends relating to its interpretation and enforcement over the last twelve months.
By Mayer Brown
Five years ago the pensions world was rocked by George Osborne's Budget announcement: DC members would no longer be forced to buy annuities.
By Richard Goldstein
Richard looks at the issue of GMP equalisation, including the background to the issue, last year's High Court decision, and subsequent developments.
By Katherine Carter
The High Court has held that directors of the sponsoring employer of two pension schemes did not, as trustees of those schemes, owe any fiduciary duties to the employer.
By Alejandro López Ortiz, Michael Lennon Jr.
This Note explains the legal requirements of the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT). It analyzes issues and concepts that commonly arise in arbitration under the treaty.
By Miriam Bruce
The case of Hargreaves v Department for Work and Pensions provides a useful reminder of what employers should keep in mind when managing an employee with a disability
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