A week after the public learned of Qualcomm Inc.’s bombshell admission that it withheld potentially thousands of important documents in a high-stakes patent trial against Broadcom Corp., many in the intellectual property community are still buzzing about the gaffe.

The case is even more striking because the attorney who has publicly apologized for Qualcomm’s error has a strong reputation in his field, as does his firm. Yet several attorneys say it’s still too early to assign blame for the error.

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