Pro- and anti-member trends in judicial decision-making – some recent cases

Are the courts pro-member when deciding pensions cases? Sometimes it seems that the underlying and unexpressed rationale for a decision is the court’s unspoken sympathy for the position of one or other party. You are invited to explore this issue through a discussion of some recent pensions cases at a seminar presented by Oliver Hilton, Wendy Mathers, Henry Day and Natalie Pratt and chaired by Elizabeth Ovey.

This webinar will be hosted on Zoom. You can sign up via Zoom’s website here.

Please email events@radcliffechambers.com if you have any questions or would like some further information.