Ex-Fla. Bank Manager Held In Contempt For Keeping Evidence

Law360 (August 13, 2020, 6:12 PM EDT) -- A Florida federal judge has held a former Seacoast Bank manager in contempt for keeping photos of a handwritten list of Seacoast customers in violation of an injunction in a suit accusing him and other ex-employees of stealing trade secrets before going to a rival bank.

U.S. District Judge Roy B. Dalton Jr. said Wednesday that John Casebier failed to comply with a temporary restraining order and later a preliminary injunction that barred him and the other defendants from possessing or using any of Seacoast's confidential information when he kept photos of a Seacoast customer list after handing the original list...

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