Lawyers in the Qualcomm discovery scandal claim that the company misled and stonewalled them, ultimately leading to the failure to turn over a mountain of relevant evidence and harsh sanctions from the court.

The allegations were made in briefs filed Monday by lawyers from the now-defunct Day Casebeer Batchelder & Madrid, who for the first time are telling their side of what has become the most infamous discovery fiasco in recent times.

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