Erinaceous subsidiary Dunlop Haywards ordered to pay £325k after losing trial against to former director David Kahn
A subsidiary of beleaguered property services group Erinaceous has been ordered to pay £325,000 after it lost a trial against former director David Kahn.
Dunlop Haywards was yesterday told by a court to pay £200,000 in damages to Kahn, who sued the company for allegedly not paying him a “special bonus” of about £400,000 in 2005.
The company was also told to pay £125,000 in court costs.
A hearing in February will determine how much bonus money Dunlop Haywards still owes Kahn.