November 17, 2010
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Here are today’s top stories from the California Litigation site.
|Oracle should get $40.6 million at most, says SAP expert
SAP AG should have to pay Oracle Corp no more than $40.6 million to resolve their years-long lawsuit over software theft, an SAP damages expert said Tuesday.
|Court upholds dismissal of suit against Oracle CEO
A federal appeals court upheld dismissal of a nine-year-old lawsuit against Oracle Corp.’s billionaire CEO Larry Ellison, alleging he made false claims that boosted his company’s stock before he sold millions of shares.
|State high court upholds law allowing some illegal immigrants lower tuition rates
The California Supreme Court has upheld a state law that allows illegal immigrants who attend high school in California for three years and graduate to pay lower in-state tuition rates at state colleges and universities.
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