This program will provide a primer on recent antitrust enforcement in the technology sector for both experienced antitrust practitioners and non-antitrust specialists.
This panel, comprised of an esteemed Bankruptcy Judge and two bankruptcy attorneys with extensive experience in such matters will discuss developments in the case law of particular interest to California practitioners, as well as some "best practices."
Judge Segal, former chief magistrate judge of the central district of California, will answer questions from moderator and audience regarding third party discovery. In particular, the discussion will focus on “custody, possession or control” and when documents are in the legal control of a party or in the custody of a third party; what type of relationship is necessary to show “legal control”; what a third party must do to object to discovery; what a party must do if he or she wants to object to third party discovery; and what are the court’s concerns when third party discovery is at issue. Judge Segal will also discuss enforcement of third-party discovery.