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The Official Referees' Court (the section of the High Court which
deals with most construction litigation), now more than 100 years
old, is due to undergo...
Henry Cort considers this issue
The increasing sophistication of facilities
Facilities management contracts have, historically,
Frank Dufficy and Paul Smith consider the Housing Grants,
Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 and its effect on the PFI
The Housing Grants, Construction...
Nicholas Donnithorne looks at a case of earmarking in practice and
the draft bill on splitting pensions
How best to deal with pensions on divorce was...
Delegation of trustee discretions
Mark Atkinson reconsiders the Pensions Ombudsman's
determination in Kennedy v Barnardo Staff Pension Scheme
Simon Pilcher examines the duties of trustees and employers in
situations where their interests may conflict
In most pension schemes two bodies exercise...
Keith Webster considers the impact on pension schemes of the Data
Protection Act 1998
A new Data Protection Act recently received Royal
Unravelling the part timer conundrum
Neil Smith provides an update on the continuing
saga of pension rights for part time employees
It is four years...
Following the Pensions Act 1995 much has been written about how
trusteeship is becoming increasingly onerous; but we must not
forget about pensions managers....
Kevin Pither examines some of the issues involved in providing
pension benefits for unmarried partners
With an ever increasing divorce rate, campaigns...
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