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Verdict due soon in long-running lawsuit against Thor Stadil

On Tuesday, the Maritime and Commercial Court in Copenhagen is expected to issue a ruling in the year-long legal battle between Thor Stadil and Morten Ernst, who is claiming more than DKK 100 million from the business magnate, writes Inside Business.

Thor Stadil | Photo: PR / Skovdal / Thornico

A protracted legal battle between business magnate Thor Stadil and a former business partner, Morten Ernst, is approaching a final ruling at the Maritime and Commercial Court in Copenhagen, Denmark.

On Tuesday, a verdict will fall in the case, which might cost Stadil more than DKK 100 million (USD 16 million), writes Inside Business.

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