A groundhog year kicks off as many of 2018's biggest court cases return on appeal. James Phillips rounds up what trustees should keep an eye on.
This year is set to be another bumper year for pension litigation as the courts are lined up to hear at least nine cases. In what one could consider groundhog year, many of these cases will be heard...
MPs on the Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) will assess the availability of financial advice in the second stage of its pensions freedom inquiry.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has published a regulatory intervention report on the case of jailed former charity for the disabled trustee and chief executive Patrick McLarry.
Uber drivers have once again won a legal battle to access to workers’ rights including auto-enrolment (AE) pensions, the minimum wage, and paid holidays.
Pension professionals will need to get to grips with a number of points in order to effectively implement the most recent GMP decision, write Stephen Richards and Julia Ward.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak must conclude the net pay review in the upcoming Budget to support the retirement income of low-paid workers, Now Pensions says.