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Magnussen wins multi-million pound legal battle with former manager

Former Haas driver Kevin Magnussen can finally "concentrate on creating a new life" according to father Jan after winning a four-year, multi-million-pound legal battle with his former manager. Denmark's Eastern High Court has ruled Magnussen will not have to pay 20 per cent of his gross income from 2015 to the present day to Dorte Riis Madsen, who has been ordered to pay costs of DKK 540,000 [£65,000]. Article continues under video The judgment, which cannot be appealed against, overturns a prior verdict from the Copenhagen City Court that in 2018 ruled in favour of Madsen The High Court, however, has determined that Madsen does own 20 per cent of a company formed by Magnussen...
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