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Case round-up: Compromise agreements

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    Hilton UK Hotels Ltd v McNaughton EAT/0059/04 (2 other reports)

    • Compromise agreements: Compromise agreement fails to prevent equal pay claim

      Date:
      3 February 2006

      In Hilton UK Hotels Ltd v McNaughton, the EAT holds that the employment tribunal was correct to find that a compromise agreement did not prevent an employee who was excluded from the employer's pension scheme during a period of part-time employment from advancing an equal pay claim.

    • Hilton UK Hotels Ltd v McNaughton

      Date:
      28 November 2005

      In Hilton UK Hotels Ltd v McNaughton EAT/0059/04, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that, where a compromise agreement included the qualification that settled claims would extend only to those that the employee 'believed' that she had at the date of her signature on the agreement, this did not preclude a future claim of which she was unaware at this time.

This week's case round-up from Eversheds, covering compromise agreements.

Hilton UK Hotels Ltd v McNaughton, EAT website, 17 October 2005

Facts

Cecilia McNaughton was employed by Hilton Hotels UK for 29 years.