Thursday, September 21, 2006

Testimony by HP executives could pose legal risks Testimony by HP executives could pose legal risks

MercuryNews.com: Testimony by HP executives could pose legal risks just shows where this story has gone in the last couple of weeks.
Chairwoman Patricia Dunn and the company's general counsel have been invited to testify next week before a House panel investigating the affair.

With federal and California prosecutors conducting criminal investigations of HP's use of deceptive tactics to find a boardroom leaker, some experts say the executives' testimony to Congress could be fraught with legal peril.
Back on October 5, I commented on the breaking scandal saying that:
And, find the leaker, she did, revealing it to the board on May 18. Unfortunately for her, not all the directors were thrilled about this invasion of privacy.
Well, now she is now potentially facing criminal charges, and will give up the chairwomanship at HP at the end of the year.

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