Motorola’s former chief financial officer says that he never destroyed evidence by deleting files from a company laptop.
Motorola is not involved in a legal battle with former chief financial officer Paul Liska(photo) who left the company on January 29 then suing Motorola saying that the company retaliated against him for warning that its financial projections were overly optimistic.
In return, Motorola claims that Liska tried to extort the company. Recently, the company accused Liska of destroying file before returning a company laptop. The former CFO said that only personal files were deleted and that work-related documents have been preserved on another hard drive.
At this moment, there seems to be no end to the legal battle. However, these kind of legal battles are frequent for mobile phone manufacturers.