Hogan Lovells

Pensions Litigation Department

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What the team is known for Highly knowledgeable in the full range of pension issues, with a wealth of experience advising on some of the most contentious cases in the industry. Particular strength lies in regulatory proceedings and trustee applications for directions. Acts for both scheme trustees and major and international corporate scheme sponsors. Noted for its work on cross-border pensions disputes.

Strengths Clients say: "They are accomplished litigators."

Sources affirm: "They are a very strong team."

Work highlights Acted for Mark Fielder, as representative beneficiary of the British Airways Pension Scheme, in various Beddoe proceedings relating to litigation between British Airways and the trustees of its pension scheme.

Notable practitioners

Angela Dimsdale Gill
receives emphatic praise as an outstanding pensions litigator. She has extensive expertise handling a range of complex pensions disputes and regulatory matters.
"A very effective litigator.""She has vast experience and knowledge of pensions law." "She is incredibly diligent and she has the ability to think outside the box and come up with solutions."

Matthew Bullen
is particularly adept at assisting clients with major regulatory actions, as well as deficit recovery cases. His clients include large employers and trustees.
"He is knowledgeable, and devoted to his clients." 

Nathan Sherlock
is well regarded for advising on complex pensions disputes, and experienced in handling regulatory matters.

Nicholas Heaton
is a well-versed pensions litigator, and has considerable experience handing a broad spectrum of matters within the space. His work includes rectification actions and professional negligence claims.