Microsoft Unit Targeted In Food Delivery App Fight Doc Bid

Law360 (November 25, 2020, 6:24 PM EST) -- A Microsoft unit that provides hosting for software development is being targeted by a Luxembourg company for information to help it fend off arbitration initiated by the founder of Hungerstation, Saudi Arabia's largest food delivery app, over control of the company.

Food Delivery Holding 12 SARL sought permission Tuesday from a California federal court to subpoena GitHub Inc. for deposition testimony and documents to be used in the arbitration, which was initiated by Ebrahim Al-Jassim.

Food Delivery Holding told the court that GitHub, a code hosting platform that allows software developers to collaborate on projects, has in its possession evidence that...

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