Oracle Corp. has tapped Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe and Morrison & Foerster to defend the company and its board in a shareholder derivative lawsuit accusing Oracle of not following through with its diversity policies.

Orrick’s Warrington Parker III, Alexander Talarides, Kenneth Herzinger and Karen Johnson McKewan are defending the company against allegations Oracle is the “oldest and most egregious ‘Old Boy’s Club’ in Silicon Valley.”  Morrison & Foerster partners Jordan Eth, Philip Besirof and Christin Hill are representing Oracle’s board members.

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