In a closely watched case, a former Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer partner is claiming that the firm’s new pension plan discriminated against him on the basis of age.

The dispute, now being heard in a London employment tribunal, has laid bare Freshfields’ recent reform of its unfunded pension scheme. It’s one of the first cases brought under new age discrimination laws that came into force in the United Kingdom last October.

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