From the Wall Street Journal Law blog:

Well, we all figured that the jury in the dispute between Oracle and SAP would find that SAP owed Oracle some money. That SAP infringed Oracle’s copyrights was never in dispute. But on Tuesday afternoon, an Oakland, Calif., federal jury awarded Oracle Corp. $1.3 billion, significantly more than SAP’s lawyers had argued the company should be made to pay. Click here for the early report from the WSJ; here and here for earlier LB posts on the conflict.Full post

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Jon Brooks is the host and editor of KQED’s health and technology blog, Future of You. He is the former editor of KQED’s daily news blog, News Fix. A veteran blogger, he previously worked for Yahoo! in various news writing and editing roles. He was also the editor of EconomyBeat.org, which documented user-generated content about the financial crisis and recession. Jon is also a playwright whose work has been produced in San Francisco, New York, Italy, and around the U.S. He has written about film for his own blog and studied film at Boston University. He has an MFA in Creative Writing from Brooklyn College.

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