Qualcomm Points To New E-Discovery Approach
October 2, 2008
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The notorious decision earlier this year sanctioning Qualcomm Inc. and several of its attorneys for discovery misconduct points to the need for a more cooperative, less adversarial approach to e-discovery, experts say.
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