This is the sort of lawsuit where you wish they BOTH would lose somehow. Two jobs later, an unemployed FX trader says he has suddenly noticed that because of a typo in his contract and also confusion between a comma (they use commas for decimal points in Europe and points for thousands commas) and a decimal point, that his salary had been less than he thought it was at JP Morgan. He says he thought it would be $3.1 million instead of $310,000 (but it was in rand not dollars so 24 million Rand instead of 2.4 million).
How did he not notice that his paycheck was a tenth of what he expected? My guess is he didn't in fact expect it to be the higher amount. Yawn.
I have a solution. They should take the difference and send it to me. :-)