Enochian believes in victory in former CFO's wrongful termination lawsuit

Robert E. Wolfe is seeking a DKK 1.9m (USD 250,000) payment in damages for being fired in 2019, but Enochian Denmark doesn’t think it’ll have to pay a dime.
Sign reading Copenhagen district court | Photo: Finn Frandsen
Sign reading Copenhagen district court | Photo: Finn Frandsen
by mikkel aabenhus hemmingsen, translated by daniel pedersen

Enochian Biosciences is confident that it will clear its name in a lawsuit brought against the biotech company’s Danish organization by its former chief financial officer, Robert E. Wolfe.

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