IBM seeks dismissal of claims it hacked into law firm's e-mail

Thursday, 13 July 2006, 2:07 AM EST

A federal judge is deciding whether to throw out a suit filed by Washington, D.C.-based law and lobbying boutique Butera & Andrews alleging that IBM Corp. and an unidentified employee in its Durham, N.C., facility tried to hack into its e-mail system.

The firm is suing IBM for attorney fees and more than $60,000 that it paid for outside counsel and to beef up its security.

At Law.com

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