Rimini Street Can't Pause Injunction In Oracle Copyright Suit

By Kevin Penton (November 9, 2016, 9:45 PM EST) -- A Nevada federal judge on Wednesday denied a bid by Rimini Street for the court to pause a permanent order that it not infringe Oracle's copyrighted programs as it challenges the matter before the Ninth Circuit in a $123.9 million case.

U.S. District Judge Larry R. Hicks held that Rimini Street Inc. failed to establish that it will likely succeed in challenging the permanent injunction entered against it in October that bars the company from reproducing or distributing the relevant Oracle International Corp. software in the case, according to his order.

The judge also found that Rimini Street failed to establish...

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