Oracle Corp. and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise are heading to a familiar place—a potentially multimillion-dollar jury trial in a San Francisco Bay Area courtroom.
With some prodding from the Ninth Circuit, U.S. District Judge Jon Tigar cleared Oracle America v. Hewlett Packard Enterprise for a November trial in a 30-page order made public Monday. Tigar found there is a material dispute as to whether HPE was willfully blind to its customer support partner, TERiX Computer Co., providing clients of the two companies with copyrighted software patches to Oracle’s Solaris enterprise operating software.
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