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Within: Leading individuals

Peter Ford (non-contentious) - Norton Rose Fulbright

Within: Pensions

Norton Rose Fulbright fields a team of 'incredibly thorough lawyers with a deep knowledge of the industry' who 'always deliver on time' led by Peter Ford. Ford's recent work includes advising the trustees of the Invensys Pension Scheme on changes to the scheme's benefit structure, compliance issues and a review of pension increase provisions. Lesley Browning is also a key name to note; she assisted Carrier Pension Trustee with the closure of the Carrier (UK) Pension Scheme to future benefit accrual, advised the trustees of the Stena Drilling Final Salary Pension Scheme on the scheme's merger into a group arrangement and handled John Menzies' closure of its DB pension scheme to future accrual. Katie Stephen is recommended for contentious mandates.

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