Pensions are a costly and unusual aspect of employment law. Unusual, because pensions involve three parties: apart from the employer and the employee, there is also a pension fund or insurer. This gives pension law an extra dimension. Furthermore, there is a variety of pension arrangements (career average schemes, final salary schemes or defined contribution schemes), each of which has its own potential pitfalls. All of this makes pension law a fascinating and complex area of law. Our employment law specialists have ample experience and expertise in this area.
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