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Bankruptcy court officials believe a former employee of Inphomation Communications Inc. raided the company's files after owner Michael W. Lasky had been ousted by a court judge.
According to documents filed by the trustee put in charge of Inphomation, former Inphomation employee Robert Heath accessed Inphomation's computers from a remote location outside of its Pikesville office on March 3, a day after Lasky was formally ousted from his company.
The access took place without approval from the court-appointed trustee, Paul Michael Sweeney.
"Heath's purpose in accessing the computers and what if anything was done to the computers is unknown," Sweeney said in a court filing.
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge James F. Schneider ordered Heath to return all documents, customer lists, disks and storage devices and other Inphomation property to the trustee. …