Boies Says Testimony by SAP's Apotheker Not `Essential'

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Nov. 22 (Bloomberg) -- David Boies, lead attorney for Oracle Corp. in the company's copyright infringement lawsuit against SAP AG, talks about the outlook for the jury's decision in the case and the lack of testimony from former SAP Chief Executive Officer Leo Apotheker. In closing arguments today, Boies told jurors SAP should pay at least $1.7 billion in damages and the award should be based on SAP's plan on 2005 to capture thousands of customers from Oracle, not the smaller number that left Oracle for SAP. Boies talks with Cris Valerio on Bloomberg Television's "Taking Stock." (Source: Bloomberg)

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