Adrian Lamb Legal Director

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Contact Details

“Adrian Lamb has detailed knowledge.”

Legal 500 2017
With a wide range of pensions experience and expertise in of all aspects of pensions trusteeship, Adrian is ideally placed to help rationalise employee benefits.

Main areas of practice

Adrian specialises in pensions law and governance, trusteeship, scheme mergers, closures and winding up, trustee training and the pension aspects of sales and purchases.


Having advised corporates ranging from UK subsidiaries of large multinationals to family-owned businesses, and the trustees of the pension schemes sponsored by employers, Adrian can offer valuable guidance to clients of all sizes.

Significant experience

Adrian was instrumental in establishing and now leading Blake Morgan's professional trusteeship service, provided through North Harbour Trustees  Limited.

He has also been involved in scheme mergers, some with combined assets of more than £1.5 billion, many scheme closure projects and advice on auto enrolment.

Other expertise

Seminars: Almost 40 years involvement in pensions law has given Adrian a breadth of experience in all related matters, including funding, investment, covenant assessment and governance, making him a knowledgeable and contemporary seminar speaker.


Adrian’s Blog

Impact on life assurance following further drop in lifetime allowance

We discuss the impact of further reductions in lifetime allowance.

Articles by Adrian

Autumn Budget 2017 - what does this mean for employers and pensions?


In his Budget, Chancellor Phillip Hammond announced that the Government was resolved to look forward and not backwards and to produce a "balanced approach" to prepare Britain for the future.

How to discuss flexible retirement options


Our employment experts discuss the benefits for employers of flexible retirement, and how to handle potential discussions of this nature with staff in a non-discriminatory way.

Trustees (and employers) – are you ready for GDPR?


The Government has now announced its intention to bring in a new Data protection Act which will enshrine GDPR into UK law so that it remains in force after Brexit.

Related Knowledge & Resources

Suspicious sales, secret surveillance and the Spanish supermarket

Video surveillance at work is a considerable intrusion into private life and it is important to weigh up the right to privacy as provided for by article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights against the need for the surveillance.

Enforcing gender pay gap reporting?

With less than 3 months to go until larger employers must publish their gender pay gap, Kevin Lau, a senior solicitor in the employment team at Blake Morgan LLP looks at the latest developments and what employers and HR professionals need to know.

Non-compete clause unenforceable as it included a restriction on holding a minor shareholding in a competing business

Restrictive covenants are a useful tool for employers to protect their competitive edge and to reduce the risk of 'star employees' leaving to join competitors.However, failure to draft them carefully can leave both employer and employee in limbo.

Guide: Our workplace mediation service

Do you have conflict in the workplace that takes up your valuable time and has a damaging effect on team performance?

Immigration Compliance Audit Service

Blake Morgan is one of the few larger law firms that offer an immigration compliance audit service. We are well placed to do so, drawing on our immigration and commercial expertise.