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May 2000
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David Heilbron

By Lewis Carroll

VITALS: B.A.:Univ. of Calif. Berkeley, '58. A.B.: Oxford University, England, '60 (Rhodes Scholar). L.L.B.: Harvard Univ., '62.

PRACTICE: Partner, McCutchen, Doyle, Brown & Enersen LLP, San Francisco. Civil litigation, primarily commercial business and products in trial and appellate courts, arbitration and mediation. Fellow: Academy of Appellate Lawyers (American and Calif.), American College of Trial Lawyers.

HAIL TO THE CHIEF: President: State Bar of Calif., '85-86; Bar Assn. of San Francisco, '80.

CELL PHONE: Nokia, "Top of the line."

FIRM TECH: Windows NT 4.0, migrating to Windows 2000 this summer. Windows 95 on desktops, Microsoft Word, iManage, InterAction, Microsoft Outlook.

COMPUTER: Dell Latitute CPi (Pentium 233, 128 MB RAM notebook.)

PRINTER: Hewlett Packard HP 4150TS.

NO: Pager, Palm.

RECENTLY APPEALED CASE: Patricia Anderson, et al. v. General Motors, et al., Superior Court of the State of Calif., County of Los Angeles, No. BC 116926.

BOOKMARKS: Airline schedules.

FAVORITE MAGAZINE: The New Yorker.

FAVORITE TV SHOW: The 49ers when they used to win.

LETTERMAN OR LENO: Letterman.

CARS: '87 Porsche 928. GM Tahoe. Honda motorscooter for commute from home to Tiburon ferry building. (Takes ferry across Bay to his office at Embarcadero Center).

FREQUENT FLIER STATS: 75,000 miles in '99. Preferred carrier domestic: United Airlines. International: British Airways.

WHERE WE WOULD FIND YOU ON A SATURDAY AFTERNOON: Playing tennis.

WINTER VACATION: Divided vacation time this winter between Aspen, Vail, Whistler, and Lake Tahoe.

LAST BOOK READ: Malcolm Lowry, Under the Volcano.

WATCH: Rado.

MOST IMPORTANT TECH TREND: Exciting prospect is placing hypertext links to cases into briefs and documents, which ultimately forces people to be pretty damned honest.

QUOTE: "The time has come, the Walrus said."

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