Speaking Engagement

The Qualcomm Decision--Understanding E-Discovery Obligations


The Sutter Club
Sacramento, CA

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




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