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Thank you for your patience.An ex-employer who is a party to a lawsuit, may subpoena records (including cell phone records) who they believe have evidence relevant to the issues in the lawsuit. You can certainly challenge the subpoena, but so long as the employer can establish the relevancy of your records (and they should only be looking for calls/texts that were work related, not personal), a court is all but certain to rule in their favor.If you need clarification about my answer or additional information, please use the SEND or REPLY button to continue our conversation. Your satisfaction is my goal and I am here to help!Please remember to kindly leave a positive rating for me by clicking on the stars, as that is the only way experts are paid for their time even though you may have already paid a deposit to the site. Follow-up questions asked in this thread do not cost anything additional after leaving a positive rating. Thank you!
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