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Full name: R (The Pensions Regulator) v Workchain Limited
Citation:  EWCA Crim 1422,  All ER (D) 95 (Aug)
Court: Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
Judgment date: 31 July 2019
Mr K J Hegarty QC appeared on behalf of Workchain Limited
The Crown neither appeared nor was represented
News Analysis: Fine reduced for employer which opted workers out of pension scheme (R v Workchain Ltd)
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