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Pensions and Employment Law: Issues at the Interface


ISBN13: 9781847033369
Published: October 2008
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £189.00



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Useful for anyone advising on employment or pensions issues or preparing a case in this area of law. This work brings together points of overlap between these two practice areas and pulls out key issues to be considered when preparing a case. It also aims to demystify these areas of law for generalists and provide a practical guide to dealing with more complex issues that can take up valuable time.

Subjects:
Employment Law, Pensions Law
Contents:
Pensions: What is a pension scheme?
How do they work - final salary/money purchase, occupational/personal, funding issues.
Interaction with employment e.g. employer contribution obligations/effects of leaving employment, deferred pensions/transfer rights.
Tax reliefs and impact of A Day/Finance Act 2004/2005.
The new regime laid down by the Pensions Act 2004 e.g.
section 75 debts.
Pensions regulator.
Contribution notices/financial support directions/PPF.
TUPE issues from a pensions perspective.
Pensions and discrimination.
Pension disputes e.g. Pensions Ombudsman issues.
Pension aspects of corporate transactions.
Employment: What (legally) is a contract of employment?
Express/implied terms.
Notice periods/dismissals. Discrimination issues in employment - age/race/sex.
Maternity issues.
TUPE from an employment perspective, including outsourcing, employment tribunals and the court process.