Ayala filed a lawsuit in the Miami Dade Circuit Court on Behalf of its client, Names– a prestigious international marine reinsurance brokerage firm with offices in Miami, Madrid and London. The lawsuit alleges that a former partner of Names violated its duties to the company when he, without notice and from one day to the next, destroyed all records of the company computer assigned to him, left the company, and started contacting the company’s former clients in breach of his fiduciary duties to the company.
In the Complaint, Ayala is seeking an injunction against the defendant ordering the return of the information stolen and prohibiting him from its future use. The complaint also seeks monetary damages caused by checks that the defendant unilaterally wrote to himself as “vacation” payments and the damages the company incurred when it could not renew its underwriting membership in one important international syndicate, due to the defendant’s actions.
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