Jonathan joined Allen & Overy in 1978, was a partner from 1988 to 2001 and is now a consultant in the Pensions group. With experience in employment law as well as pensions, he covers a broad range of issues including those involving combined employment and pensions expertise such as discrimination and changes in benefit structures.
He has considerable experience in scheme documentation including contracts for with service providers. He has handled substantial scheme mergers and break ups and been actively involved in litigious pension matters.
Posts by: Jonathan Goodwin
- DC pension investments: duties, rules and risks
- Pension scheme trusteeship and responsibility for the past – look before you leap
- DC pension investments: whose risk?
- Pension scheme trustees – when to challenge the employer
- Losing the default retirement age – stuck with a normal pension age?
- Pension scheme rules - when's a discretion not a discretion?
- Pension scheme trustees – where to find their rules on governance?
- Cutbacks and closures - where do trustees stand?
- Executive 'sacked for being green' - are lifestyle choices protected by law? The decision
- Executive 'sacked for being green'
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Benefit changes and privileged revaluation - the importance of member understanding: read the latest post from Jaso… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
How will the latest initial margin rules for over-the-counter derivatives affect schemes? Check A&O partner Paul Cl… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Changes to UK anti-money laundering regulation are now in effect but currently there are no changes for pension sch… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Data ethics – why should you care? New commentary from our specialist Karishma Brahmbhatt suggests that data ethics… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…