Cash Advance Co. Seeks $45M In Suit Over Theft Of Clients

Law360, San Diego (May 29, 2015, 11:06 PM EDT) -- A cash advance company lodged a suit in New York state court on Friday seeking more than $45 million in damages from a former call center manager who allegedly stole clients and proprietary corporate information and steered accounts over to its competitors.

SBC Telecom Consulting Inc. filed the complaint in the Supreme Court of the State of New York, claiming that Carlos L. Liriano's willful and unlawful actions attempted to "ruin and destroy" the merchant cash advance business.

According to the suit, Liriano breached contracts with SBC by working for its competitors, "using plaintiff SBC's confidential and trade secret information to...

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