Court rules on Oracle documents

Circuit Judge Courtland Geyer ordered the software firm to “re-designate all documents according to the terms of a protective order,” according to the Portland Business Journal.

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Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum said this has impeded the state’s case and hidden documents from the public and government officials that undermine Oracle’s claims that the health exchange actually worked.

… Oracle had a slightly different interpretation of the ruling. Ken Glueck, a senior vice president at Oracle, said the judge ruled that the corporation “designated everything appropriately.”

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