Date / time
1:00 pm - 2:15 pm
A talk focusing on the wide increased powers of the Pensions Regulator envisaged by the current Pension Schemes Bill. Including discussion of the wide new criminal liabilities (not limited to employers or those associated with an employer).
David Pollard is a barrister practising from Wilberforce Chambers in Lincoln’s Inn in London. Until 2017, he practised as a solicitor and was (for 25 years) a partner in Freshfields, practising mainly pensions, employment and insolvency law. David practised with Freshfields for three years in Singapore in the 1980s.
David was chair of the Association of Pension Lawyers (APL) from 2001 to 2003. David is an editor of the journal ‘Trust Law International’.
David’s books include:
• Pensions, Contracts and Trusts: Legal Issues on decision Making (Bloomsbury Professional, 2020)
• The Law of Pension Trusts (Oxford University Press, 2013)
• Corporate Insolvency: Pension Rights and Corporate Insolvency: Employment Rights (6th eds, December 2016, Bloomsbury Professional)
• Employment Law and Pensions (Bloomsbury Professional, 2016)
• Freshfields on Corporate Pensions Law (editor) – annual editions from 2012 to 2015 (Bloomsbury Professional).