Amid the ongoing drama over attorneys facing possible sanctions for discovery failures in the now-infamous San Diego Qualcomm case, a less dramatic — though crucial — theme has emerged: communication.

After reviewing declarations from each former outside Qualcomm counsel explaining their roles in the case, federal Magistrate Judge Barbara Major last week surmised that there was “an incredible breakdown in communication of leadership between [the] client, the attorneys and among their counsel.”

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