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Pensions Lectures 2018 #3

Tuesday 19 June 2018
6.30pm - 7.30pm followed by drinks
58VE, 58 Victoria Embankment, London EC4Y 0DS
£70 + VAT | 1.0 CPD

The Edward Nugee Memorial Lectures return this year at a new venue: 58VE on Victoria Embankment. These will be topical pensions law seminars delivered by our barristers, taking place every Tuesday evening in June. Each lecture will be followed by drinks on the top floor (and terrace, if the weather permits) with spectacular views over London and the Thames.

Lecture #3 (19th June):

Recurring nightmares: everyday technical problems and the issues to which they can give rise – presented by Jonathan Hilliard QC, David Pollard and James McCreath

• What to do when members and former members have been under or over-paid, and how much effort to put into finding a survivor
• The consequences of defective appointments of trustees, and the extent of ratification
• Partially defective retrospective amendments, Courage problems and severance generally after Wedgwood v Salt

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