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Full case name: Lloyds Banking Group Pensions Trustees Limited v Lloyds Bank plc and others
Citation:  EWHC 3343 (Ch), bailii
Court: High Court (Chancery Division)
Judgment date: 6 December 2018
[Case heard on 3 December 2018]
Edward Sawyer (instructed by Allen & Overy) for Lloyds Banking Group Pensions Trustees Limited
Keith Rowley QC, John Cavanagh QC and Andrew Mold (instructed by Herbert Smith Freehills LLP) for Lloyds Bank plc and others
Andrew Short QC and Nicholas Hill (instructed by Walkers Solicitors) for the Representative Beneficiaries (Lloyds employees)
Holly Stout (instructed by Government Legal Department) for the DWP and HM Treasury
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