Yes he is a director and yes he has access to sensitive data regarding the company
There is a memorandum of arts in place and he has recently been looking for other investment without telling me to dillute my shareholdings
He has also run a competition with a magazine and has not delivered the prize to the winner which is causing me great cause for concern, as our companies reputation is at stake.
So what is the law if he is sending business emails to his personal account and also sending business emails from his personal account. He has logged into my work computer to his personal email and thus it gives me automatic entry to his account. Is there anything to say that due to his past antics that I have a right to access those emails in order to protect my business 1) for protection, 2) for potential litigation purposes if we were to sue him against the companies act for breach of the memorandum articles. He is current being dissolved to 25% equity.
Hi Alex, what I would like to know do I have a case to check my business partners personal emails if, 1) he is sending himself emails from his work email, 2) he is using that personal email for business purposes, 3) he has logged into his personal email through my computer and 4) he has tried to dillute us without telling us he was speaking to other investors?
So in the case that I believe my business partner who has access to sensitive company data who is sending this information from his work email to his personal email address does not give me just cause to check his personal emails?