The case involving ex-CFO of Motorola, Paul Liska and Motorola over allegations and counter allegations will be up for hearing on July 31 as the Judge hearing the case has given time for both the parties to resolve the dispute.
The case dates back to February when the CFO was terminated for alleged performance issues and ‘extortion like schemes’ against Motorola. Further to this, Motorola alleged that the executive deleted crucial information from the company provided laptop after the came to know of his termination.
Liska meanwhile denied these allegations and I turn accused Motorola of terminating him because he refused to accept misleading financial forecasts of Motorola’s handset division. He said that Motorola is engineering a smear campaign against him.
The Judge now wants both the parties to work out their dispute over the laptop computer, the files it contained and the data as well. He has asked the two parties to hire a neutral computer forensics expert.