Phone of casino exec in trade secrets flap to be examined

By WAYNE PARRY Associated Press
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — A forensic expert must examine the personal phone of an Atlantic City casino executive accused of taking valuable data on the Borgata’s top customers to his new job at a competing casino. In a decision issued Tuesday, federal Judge Gloria Navarro said one of two former Borgata executives who left to take jobs with the Ocean Casino Resort must turn over a personal phone to see if he had copied any customer data or trade secrets onto it. The judge already has ordered William Callahan to turn over his Borgata-issued phone; the latest ruling covers an additional phone.