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Oracle amends SAP complaint

Oracle said Friday that it has amended its complaint against SAP to add in copyright infringement and breach of contract claims. As a refresher, Oracle filed suit against SAP and its TomorrowNow unit in March.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor on

Oracle said Friday that it has amended its complaint against SAP to add in copyright infringement and breach of contract claims.

As a refresher, Oracle filed suit against SAP and its TomorrowNow unit in March. Oracle alleged corporate theft on a grand scale. SAP has said it will defend itself and should be responding to the complaint shortly.

The amended complaint can be found on Oracle's site.

Update (5 p.m. ET):  SAP has responded to the Oracle filing. In a statement emailed to ZDNet, the company said:

"Oracle today filed its long promised amended complaint, after repeated delays. Oracle now apparently has registered some copyrights, so it adds a copyright claim. And, it adds a breach of contract claim based on previously stated allegations. SAP plans to respond to the amended complaint by July 2, in accordance with the Court's schedule. At that time, SAP will set the record straight regarding Oracle’s allegations. We are eager to vigorously defend this case."

 

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