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Webinar invitation: Pensions Rectification – Evidence and Pitfalls


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Rectification webinar

You are invited to join the Outer Temple Chambers’s pensions team for a webinar on rectification, looking at what evidence you need and some of the pitfalls to be avoided.

The speakers at this event, Keith Bryant QC and Michael Uberoi, will cover:

  • What evidence needs to be put before the court when the alleged mistake is not referred to in the documents?
  • How does a Claimant go about establishing the necessary mutual intention in such cases?
  • When is a mistake a mistake as to legal effect, and when is it a mistake as to consequences? – how to approach this distinction in pension rectification cases.
  • The use of confidential opinions – how the courts presently view them.
  • How to establish the necessary subjective intention of the parties, post FSHC.

Date: Tuesday 27th July 2021

Time: 1pm – 2pm via Zoom

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Speakers

Keith Bryant QC has appeared in and advised upon many significant pension rectification cases – including Re ColArt Pension Scheme [2019] EWHC 3081 (Ch), SPS Technologies v Moitt [2020] EWHC 2421 (Ch) and CMG Limited v Taylor [2021] EWHC 1171 (Ch). The 2021 legal directories say that he is “entirely reliable, dependable, pragmatic and provides strong technical advice.” (Pensions).

 

 

 


Michael Uberoi is a leading junior in pensions litigation who regularly advises upon and appears in rectification claims, with recent cases including Univar v Smith [2020] EWHC 1596 (as to which case recent judicial comment stated: “the law on rectification can be taken as settled” in light of Univar). The 2021 legal directories say that “he has very thorough and well-founded knowledge, and he is very practical and very client-friendly” (Pensions) and that he is “personable, technically outstanding, and very hard working and responsive” (Financial Services Regulation).

 

 


 

Click here to register via Zoom and receive log-in details or contact communications@outertemple.com for more information.


Barristers: Keith Bryant QC | Michael Uberoi
Categories: Events | Pensions