Winter 2016 - Pensions Case Law Update
Welcome to the third edition of the Linklaters Dispute Resolution Group’s Pensions Case Law Update.
The aim of this publication is to provide a look back and commentary on the key recent cases that have come before the courts and to look ahead to some of the key decisions on the horizon.
This edition looks at topics including:
- Is there a quick and easy way to resolve drafting errors?
- When can terms be implied into a contract?
- When is someone “ordinarily working in Great Britain”?
- Does an employer have a duty to make reasonable adjustments when taking disciplinary action against an employee for sickness absence?
- What does it mean to leave service for reasons of business efficiency?
- Can the presumption of regularity apply when considering the validity of amendments to Scheme Rules?
Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you would like to discuss any of the issues mentioned below or indeed any contentious issues on which the Linklaters Pension Dispute Resolution Group may be able to assist.
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