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Matheson Pensions Podcast: Social Welfare, Pensions and Civil Registration Bill 2017

AUTHOR(S): Deirdre Cummins
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Employment, Pensions and Benefits
DATE: 21.09.2017

Social Welfare, Pensions and Civil Registration Bill 2017 and Court of Appeal Ruling in IBM Case

Welcome to the Matheson Irish Pensions and Benefits Law Podcast Series, episode 1. The series is led by Deirdre Cummins, Partner and Jane McKeever, Associate at Matheson, and we aim to discuss the latest developments in Irish pensions and benefits law. The podcasts are a key resource for pension scheme trustees, employers, HR practitioners, pensions and benefits professionals to keep up to date on developments in the area.

In this episode, Deirdre and Jane focus on the general scheme of the Social Welfare, Pensions and Civil Registration Bill 2017 and its potential implications. Later on in this episode, Deirdre and Jane will also discuss, in an Irish law context, the impact of the recent Court of Appeal decision in the IBM case.

Listen to the podcast to find out what this Bill and the Court of Appeal Ruling in the IBM casr mean for you and your business. The podcast is available to download on iTunes and Soundcloud.

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