Lawsuit accuses Indian companies of leaking businessman’s stolen emails

(Reuters) – Iranian-American businessman Farhad Azima has accused a pair of Indian companies of stealing his emails and publishing them to the web, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court in North Carolina. Dechert’s global head of communications, Saira Zaki, and Vital’s president, Nicholas del Rosso, also did not respond to messages seeking comment. Dechert and del Rosso have previously denied wrongdoing in relation to the stolen Azima emails. Azima denies the claims, accusing RAKIA in a UK lawsuit of basing its case on emails that he says the authority stole and then leaked. In May a British judge ruled in favor of RAKIA, ordering Azima to pay more than $4.1 million.

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