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This nothing personal against BP or its share holders.
Originally posted by KilrathiLG
www.millerenv.com... web page for the miller group everything is seeming real and legit but this is nonsense that they make people sign such a draconian agreement.... looked for sample pdfs and tried to check if there are samples of this online no sign....
what the hell are they thinking if they think they can get away with this
Originally posted by Daughter2
Sorry to disappoint you but the document preservation request is required by law.
If you don't believe me read the case, Zubulake v. UBS.
Also, if you read the document correctly you will notice a requirement to keep BP information in a specific location - separate from personal info.
BP will almost certainly get requests to turn over all documents related to the spill (if the haven't already). They then have to inform the employees of this request.
This is all pretty standard stuff, ask anyone in a large corp.
As for the waiver, it probably won't protect BP that much. You can't contract away a negligence or workers comp claim.
They aren't going to provide $10.00 a hour clean-up workers with any smoking gun documents. Things like this don't work like that.
Originally posted by EFGuy
reply to post by SWCCFAN
You are giving ATS credit way too much. ATS don't matter in the vast world of internet. You may be surprised to know there or hundreds of thousands or probably such forums based on conspiracy themes. All these "research" and much more is being discussed allover the world on internet.
Is BP sending agents on ATS specifically to gather information or any similar thing? I don't think so at all. BP is a multi billion dollar corporation if they will spend time going from forum to forum (which is quiet impossible) allover the interweb and worrying over such websites then they've done business.
I want to formerly inform all interested parties that We are going to expose every document, slip up and Crime we can find.
Originally posted by harrytuttle
reply to post by Daughter2
I worked for a $2.5 billion/year corporation with over 22,000 employees and I never had to sign a ridiculous contract like that pertaining to work related documents, only a non-compete clause.
Originally posted by SWCCFAN
I have to apologize to the Mods and ATS members that I was not truthful with my source of the documents. I did not find them in a trash can in LA. The truth is that I have friends that are working in beach clean up and they were told to have them signed and notarized or they would be let go.