SAN FRANCISCO — Oracle may have won half of its battle with SAP at the Ninth Circuit on Tuesday, as a three-judge panel seemed to agree the company can pursue hypothetical license damages for copyright infringement—even though Oracle has no track record of actually licensing its software to competitors.
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