JASMINE NETWORKS, INC. v. MARVELL SEMICONDUCTOR, INC., H023991
Preliminary injunction, restraining use or disclosure of a transcript of a conversation among defendant's officers and lawyers that was inadvertently left on plaintiff's voicemail system, is reversed. Refusal to review the voicemail's content on the basis of Evidence Code section 915 was error; defendant waived its attorney-client privilege by disclosing the information within the meaning of section 912(a).
- Decided 04/08/2004
- Published 04/08/2004
California Court of Appeal
McManis, Faulkner & Morgan Jasmine Networks, Inc., James McManis, Mary Arand, Marwa Elzankaly, San Jose, Wilson Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati, Irwin Gross, David H. Kramer, Cynthia T. Bright, Tait Graves, Palo Alto, for Plaintiff and Appellant Jasmine Networks, Inc.
Buchalter, Nemer, Fields & Younger, Peter G. Bertrand, Julian W. Mack, San Francisco,Lisa A. Knispel, Bowles & Vernan, Mary P. Sullivan, Concord, Clarke & Rude, Daniel Clark, Monterey, Coudert Brothers, Richard Allen Jones, Oakland, Pillsbury Winthrop, Kevin M. Fong, Palo Alto,for Defendants and Respondents Marvell Semiconductor, Inc., et al.