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The 1099 forms are supposed to have a copy kept by the employer, but if they did not keep a copy, you can file for a subpoena
to the IRS to obtain the information on all 1099 issued by the company under the defendant's EIN. Also, the defendant could request a copy from the IRS, but would have to file a form 4506-T to seek to obtain copies of the 1099 forms which are all on file and kept by the IRS.
Thus, you can get the information by subpoena from the court to the IRS or the defendant can get the information by making a request to the IRS.
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