||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 348 (Jul)
|| EWHC 1751 (QB)
||Queen's Bench Division
||Allen Dyer (instructed by Ross & Co) for the Claimant.
||Charles Samek (instructed by B P Collins) for the Defendant.
||23 July 2007
Contract - Damages for breach - Loss of pension rights - Claimant working for defendant - Claimant making payments into pension scheme in Iran - Claimant moving to London and making contributions to English pension scheme - Defendant making claimant redundant on the ground of retirement age - Claimant commencing proceedings - Parties entering into compromise agreement as to claimants employment rights - Whether agreement extending to all aspects of claimant's employment.
Contract Damages for breach. In the instant case, where the defendant had entered into a compromise agreement with the claimant agreeing to use its best endeavours to secure payment to the defendant of his lump sum pension payment, that agreement had extended to all aspects of the defendant's pension arising out of his employment with the defendant.
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