Friday, March 02, 2007, 3/02/2007 01:51:00 PM

More on Hewlett-Packard Trade Secrets Case

From CNET, a further story concerning HP's case against its former VP of business development, Karl Kamb, and his counterclaim that HP engaged in illegal pretexting to get his phone records. (We reported the story earlier here. HP, of course, has been alleged to have been involved in other pretexting activities in connection with an investigation of leaks from its Board of Directors. Those have been reported extensively elsewhere in this blog.)

In a recent filing, HP contends that it did not engage in pretexting of Kamb's records

The judge has ordered much of this case to be conducted under seal, so our glimpses of what appears to be going on are not necessarily accurate. We'll try to figure it all out.
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