Ex-AA Chief Fights To Up Damages In Post-Brawl Firing Suit

By Joanne Faulkner (May 4, 2022, 7:29 PM BST) -- The Automobile Association's former chief executive urged an appeals court Wednesday to revive claims that the roadside repair firm violated the terms of his contract when handling his exit from the company following a bar brawl with a colleague.

The former boss of the AA has told the Court of Appeal that he should be able to claim damages for the loss of a bonus if he wins his wrongful dismissal case against the motoring organization. (Richard Baker/In Pictures via Getty Images Images) Robert Mackenzie should be able to claim damages for the loss of a performance bonus up to £900,000...

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