The Legal Variety

Pensions and Benefits Edition

Pensions and benefits considerations impact all levels of an organization and every sector of the economy. Stay informed with Miller Thomson’s The Legal Variety: Pensions and Benefits Edition. In each quarterly collection, we’ll highlight new developments and delve into trending topics in the pensions and benefits space.

Download our first issue to read more about:

  • Changes to the Canada Pension Plan: A summary of the changes to the Canada Pension Plan that came into effect on January 1, 2019.
  • Pension Plans: Risk Management: Part I outlines potential risk areas for stakeholders in pension plan administration – from the perspective of plan members, directors and officers, and shareholders and creditors. Part II focuses on legal, reputational, enterprise and economic risks for sponsors and administrators.
  • Developments in Pensions and Benefits Law (2018): There were a number of significant developments in pensions and benefits law in 2018. In Part I, we examine the key legislative developments in Ontario and the federal jurisdiction, and in Part II, case-law developments in Canada from the past year are re-capped.

About the author

Kim Ozubko is an experienced lawyer with almost twenty years of expertise in all areas of pension and benefits law. Proactive and responsive, Kim is committed to providing her clients with high quality service and keeping them up-to-date on legal developments that affect the administration and sponsorship of pensions and employee benefit plans. She is recognized as a leader in her field in well-regarded legal industry publications such as The Best Lawyers in Canada (Employee Benefits Law) and the Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory (Pensions & Employee Benefits).