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Law firm forced to withdraw from OW case

Law firm Bruun & Hjejle is resigning from the case against former management of OW Bunker due to a conflict of interest, according to Danish newspaper Børsen. ATP confirms this to ShippingWatch.

Photo: Kasper Palsnov/Jyllands-Posten

Several institutional investors must find new lawyers in the case against the former management of collapsed bunker company OW Bunker.

Danish media Børsen reports that law firm Bruun & Hjejle has stepped down from the case against OW Bunker's management. ATP has subsequently confirmed the information to ShippingWatch.

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