Employment Law Questions? Ask an Employment Lawyer.
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I need you to be more specific in your question(s) if you could. When we answer general ones like "what are my rights" or "what are my options" we have to give general answers and, invariably, the customer responds with "I already knew that". This type of forum works better if you ask specific questions so we know exactly what you are looking for.
I'm not sure what you're asking so it's hard for me to know what to ask to try and clarify.
You really don't have "rights" when it comes to replying to a subpoena, you just have to provide whatever records they are asking for and which are in your "care, custody or control".
So the answer to the question you asked "what should I do" is "provide the requested records", but as I mentioned that is a general answer that I'm sure really doesn't provide a lot of direction.
Absolutely. I want to be able to answer the questions you have fully and completely so just come back to this thread when you're ready.