Chris Edwards-Earl and Sue Moore explore how the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 will affect pension schemes.
The beleaguered Nortel Networks UK Pension Plan has entered into a £2.4bn buyout with Legal & General (L&G), insuring members' benefits nearly a decade after its sponsor collapsed.
The Nortel Networks UK Pension Scheme will boost benefits for members and leave Pension Protection Fund (PPF) assessment, nine years after the collapse of the US-based telecommunications company.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has published a section 89 report on the use of its anti-avoidance powers in seeking financial support for the Nortel Networks UK Pension Plan.
This week's top stories included coverage of Labour's leaked manifesto and a settlement being reached in the long-running Nortel Networks saga.
Members of the Nortel Networks UK Pension Scheme are due to receive more than £1bn after a settlement was agreed in a long-running court battle across two continents.
The biggest stories were MPs being told a rescue plan for Bernard Matthews appeared to dump the DB scheme, and why 'salami slicing' pensions tax relief could cost the government billions.
An agreement has been reached on how to compensate members of the Nortel pension scheme after years of negotiations since the company went bust in 2009.
Judges in the US and Canada have rejected attempts by Nortel bond holders to overturn a ground-breaking decision in favour of members of the collapsed telecom company's pension scheme.
The Nortel case has big repercussions for pensions in international insolvencies
You probably haven't missed the news that Ros Altmann is now pensions minister, but here's a recap - how it happened, what she said, and what people said about her.
Judges in the US and Canada have ruled Nortel's assets of $7bn (£4.5bn) should be equally distributed among its creditors, in what lawyers say is a victory for UK pensioners.
PP examines the latest development in the Nortel pension scheme court battle
Top stories this week included a Canadian court ruling against Nortel trustees, a record breaking enhanced buy-in and criticism of the Budget freedoms from the OECD. Here's what you might have missed.
A Canadian judge has rejected attempts by trustees of the Nortel pension scheme to claim more than £1bn from the scheme sponsor's insolvent parent company.
Nortel Networks has agreed to pay the trustee of its UK pension scheme $37.5m (£22.9m) to settle claims against its US firms.
A judgment on the maximum value of any financial support direction (FSD) against Lehman Brothers is expected in the Upper Tribunal today.
Naomi Rainey talks exclusively to Burges Salmon about the case
Jack Jones looks at the fallout from last week's Supreme Court decision on Nortel
The Supreme Court decision on financial support directions has been welcomed by all sides
The Supreme Court has overturned a ruling that financial support directions (FSD) issued by The Pensions Regulator (TPR) in insolvencies should be treated as an expense of the administration.
Jack Jones looks at the three options that were open to the Supreme Court
Administrators of Nortel and Lehman Brothers have reached the Supreme Court in their attempts to challenge a Financial Support Direction (FSD) issued by The Pensions Regulator against the insolvent companies.
The UK's top judge, Supreme Court president Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury, will next month decide whether pension schemes should retain "super priority" status in insolvencies.