Friday, October 8, 2010

Frank Dunn objects to Nortel' s request to destroy documents

Attorneys on behalf of Frank Dunn, former CEO of Nortel, have filed a motion in the US court objecting to Nortel's request for approval to destroy old documents.

Mr Dunn is in the midst of a legal battle in Canada accused of wrongdoings whilst in control of Nortel and the documents sent to him by Nortel at his request were heavily redacted. Hence he is fighting to keep the documents intact in case he can use any of them in his defence.

His lawyer has filed a motion asking permission to appear before the US court to plead the request.

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