Rimini Street Fined $630,000 in Case Against Oracle

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by Chris Wack

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Rimini Street Inc. was held in contempt of court in the District Court of the District of Nevada in a case Oracle International v.

The court said Rimini knowingly and repeatedly violated the court’s 2018 permanent injunction to prevent it from infringing Oracle’s intellectual property rights.

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After Oracle found Rimini’s contemptuous conduct to be “widespread, willful and pervasive”, the court fined Rimini $630,000 and found that Oracle was entitled to attorneys’ fees, which the court estimated was “large”. Will happen.

Rimini said the permanent injunction defines the manner in which Rimini Street can provide support services for certain Oracle product lines, but does not restrict support of any Oracle products.

Rimini said that despite the extensive search by Oracle, which began more than two years ago and included millions of pages of documents, only ten items were before the court at the evidence hearing.

The Court ruled in favor of Rimini Street on five points in its findings and hearing order. For the other five items, the court found that the company violated a permanent injunction, granted sanctions of $630,000, and ordered that certain computer files be taken out of use.

Rimini Street said it was evaluating its options and considering possible next steps, which could include appeals to the US Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Shares of Rimini Street fell 3% to $5.19 in afternoon trading.

Write to Chris Wack at [email protected]

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