“A major recent highlight for this firm was acting for Foster Wheeler in the notable High Court case Foster Wheeler Ltd v Hanley & others”
Areas in which our highly experienced pension dispute lawyers can provide advice, representation or mediation on, include:
Our team has extensive experience of handling legal proceedings relating to rectification and the legal effect of scheme documentation, as well as wider professional negligence claims against legal and other professional advisors.
Our clients include employers, trustees and other organisations involved in the operation of occupational pension schemes and personal pension scheme arrangements. We also act for representative beneficiaries in legal proceedings.
Our pension dispute lawyers have the necessary specialist skills and experience required to understand the complex legal issues surrounding pension disputes. Such expertise is vital to ensure that all contentious issues are identified from the outset and the pension dispute resolved to the satisfaction of our client. The Pension Disputes team can also draws on the significant experience and depth of expertise provided by our established Pensions and Litigation teams.
Examples of how we have helped clients in their pension disputes include:
2015 is a celebratory year for Vigil, Blake Morgan's bespoke Employment law and HR support service, because it is now ten years since its launch.
Pensions law specialist Rupert Graham-Evans is re-joining colleagues at law firm Blake Morgan after five years away.
No fewer than three legal experts from Blake Morgan will be speaking at the annual Payroll World Spring Update Conference 2015 in London on 19th March 2015.
A look at the Pension Regulator's view on auto enrolment and how it will affect them.
This "green paper" has three important themes in relation to DB pensions. The DWP is seeking views from the pensions community to see how these three aims can be met in order to secure the retirement incomes of current and future pensioners.
The case centres around use of nomination forms in the context of unmarried partners – the issue was whether the nomination form requirement (which did not apply to spouses or civil partners) could be objectively justified.
At the 2014 Budget, the Chancellor of the Exchequer announced sweeping changes to the tax rules applying when an individual decides to access money purchase pension savings.