This program will explore issues related to the explosive Qualcomm decision including: current e-discovery obligations for practitioners (ethical perspectives and perspectives from the bench), lessons to be learned from the decision and how to avoid pitfalls, potential consequences of the decision, and a discussion of the March 5, 2008 Order allowing the sanctioned attorneys in Qualcomm to invoke the self-defense exception to the attorney-client privilege.
Our panel for this interesting program includes:
• Judge Gregory Hollows, Magistrate Judge, US District Court, Eastern District of California
• Dean Rex Perschbacher, University of California, Davis School of Law (King Hall)
• Professor George Harris, McGeorge School of Law and Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
Moderators: Melissa Jones, Morrison & Foerster LLP & Stephen Lau, Mennemeier, Glassman & Stroud