A founding member of a large credit card processing company allegedly stole data to start a competing company, then destroyed that data despite a court order forbidding her from doing so. After the liability portion of the trial was completed, Scarritt Law Group was engaged by the company to litigate the value of her stock considering the actions she had taken. Scarritt Law Group won 12 of 13 hearings and convinced the judge that the employee was "double-dipping" in her method of valuing stock and that her stock valuation numbers ultimately were "absurd,” in the words of the court.
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