UK - Law firm Marineau Johnson has expanded its pensions team with the appointments of Gary Delderfield and Louise Pope as associates.
Delderfield moves from Eversheds where he was an assistant solicitor. Pope previously worked at Pinsent Biddle as an associate.
Head of the pensions team Simon Laight said: “Louise has extensive experience across all legal aspects of pensions and Gary, in particular, specialises in pensions advice to the public sector.
“He is also a regular speaker at seminars and conferences.”
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