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Jane Marshall

Partner

Jane Marshall is a pensions specialist, and is also an experienced employment lawyer. With regard to pensions, Jane has a very broad range of experience advising both corporate and trustee clients on the private sector side, whilst having particular expertise in public sector pension matters. The cross over between pension law and employment law, such as in relation to pension scheme change and TUPE transfers, is of particular interest to Jane.

Jane advises clients on issues across local government, central government, education, health and the voluntary sectors. She has particular expertise in relation to the Local Government Pension Scheme, the Firefighters’ Pension Scheme and the Police Pension Scheme. Her recent experience includes advising on pension matters in relation to a large scale TUPE transfer of staff from a Police Force to a private sector contractor, and training Administering Authorities, Police Authorities and Fire Authorities in relation to the new scheme governance requirements. Jane has also advised on a number of recent outsourcing projects for local authorities.

Jane is a regular speaker on pension issues.

Published

Insights LGPS Investment strategy guidance – Boycott wording dropped

Following a High Court ruling in June 2017, the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) has dropped controversial wording

Insights Re-employing staff who receive an NHS pension

“Retire and return” is an option available to NHS Pension Scheme members

Insights A fair deal for pensions or an added complication?

The Department for Communities and Local Government unveiled its consultation on implementing the reformed Fair Deal in the Local Government Pension…

Insights Reforms to public sector exit payments

In February, HM Treasury published its consultation on the next stage of plans to reform public sector exit packages.

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"Jane Marshall specialises in the crossover between pensions and employment matters." She "speaks in layman's terms and doesn't mystify things in legalese."

Chambers & Partners