This year's Budget came as a surprise to the pensions industry. The government announced radical changes to defined contribution pensions.
07.04.14Defined contribution investment
The publication of the Law Commission report in October 2013 and the Regulator's DC Code of Practice and regulatory guidance in November 2013 indicates an increasing focus on DC investment issues.
21.01.14Negotiating software licences
What are the tricks of the trade when it comes to negotiating software licences? And where are the traps to catch you out, ending up in disputes, if you haven't negotiated properly?
The year 2013 has been a memorable one for the world of patents. It is rare for one patent case to make it to the Supreme Court in a year, let alone two.
It has been an exceptionally busy year for DC pensions. In addition to the on-going introduction of workplace pensions reform bringing in many thousands of new members paying contributions into default funds, there has been a new Code of Practice from the Pensions Regulator.
What recent developments do HR professionals and pensions managers need to be aware of in the realm of discrimination law? What do decisions such as Seldon v Clarkson Wright & Jakes and Walker v Innospec tell us about trends in this area?
The Government is planning amendments to TUPE aimed at removing 'gold-plating' and reducing bureaucracy.
In this webinar we examine the key likely changes to TUPE and collective redundancies and how they will impact on your business transactions.