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Court of Appeal upholds Honda's liability for workplace pensions caused by faulty legal documents

A recent Court of Appeal decision committing car company Honda to between £47 million and £70m in additional pension scheme benefits due to a mistake in one of the documents is "another lesson in the importance of getting pension scheme documents right", an... 23 Apr 2014

Failure to comply with the strict requirements for deeds can be costly for pension schemes, says expert

A recent judgment by the High Court reinforces the "supreme importance" of ensuring that documents making changes to a pension scheme are correctly executed, an expert has said. 16 Apr 2014

IBM breach of pension duty ruling does not undermine all other past DB scheme closures, says expert

A recent court decision against the way in which technology company IBM went about restructuring its pension arrangements for UK employees does not call into question the validity of all other past or future defined benefit (DB) pension scheme closures, an... 10 Apr 2014

Trustees and pension providers should use reporting protections to help fight liberation fraud, says expert

FOCUS: Those responsible for pension funds and management should make use of special provisions to protect them from prosecution in relation to pensions liberation fraud.  17 May 2013

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