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The Edward Nugee Memorial Lectures 2018

A series of Edward Nugee Memorial Pensions Lectures took place in June 2018.

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  • Duties and liabilities of SIPP providers
    Paul Newman QC and Emily Campbell
  • The Pensions Regulator’s powers: the times they are a-changin’ – moral hazard in takeovers and corporate restructurings
    Michael Tennet QC and Edward Sawyer
  • Underpayments, overpayments and interest
    Jonathan Hilliard QC
  • Defective appointment of trustees and the extent of ratification
    David Pollard
  • Partially defective retrospective amendments, Courage problems, and severance generally after Wedgwood v Salt
    James McCreath
  • Trustee exoneration & exemption clauses and pension schemes
    Fenner Moeran QC
  • When does a claim survive a trustee’s bankruptcy (s.281(3) of the Insolvency Act 1986) and enforcement against a trustee’s pension rights
    Thomas Robinson

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