Oracle Judge pushes for open evidence

Monday Aug 9th 2004 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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Asks Oracle, SAP, Microsoft and others to justify keeping documents confidential.

[From Techworld]

Three weeks after the trial phase ended in the US government's suit to block Oracle from buying PeopleSoft, the judge presiding over the case continues to grill both sides as to why documents and testimony filed under seal should be kept confidential.

Judge Vaughn Walker apparently wants the explanation behind his decision, which is due to be issued in the coming weeks, to be as open as possible and not constrained by having to avoid discussion of materials filed under seal, one legal expert said.

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