Pensions

Freelancing: a new era?

Despite some high-profile naysaying early on, the introduction of freelance solicitors may yet re-shape the legal landscape

Part-time judge’s claim for judicial pension dismissed as out of time

Employment tribunal rejects retired fee-paid judge’s application for extension of time on fair and equitable grounds

Supreme Court backs cohabitee’s right to receive late partner's pension

Victory for cohabitants could spark challenges to tax laws perceived to be discriminatory

MoJ discriminated against judges, tribunal finds

Lord Chancellor fails to show treatment of claimants ‘to be a proportionate means of achieving a legitimate aim’ in pensions dispute

Making workplace pension schemes work

Despite increased penalties and a government campaign, the auto-enrolment of employees in a pension scheme remains a challenge for smaller employers, writes Amelia Garman

Judiciary take Truss to tribunal over pension changes

Hundreds of judges join mass discrimination claim against Ministry of Justice

More must be done on miners’ pension fund

The 50/50 split of the miners' pension surplus should be renegotiated to be more equitable, says Peter Stefanovic