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HP is looking for relief from the courts due to 10 different cause of actions, which are combinations of facts used to justify a lawsuit. Three of those causes of action were completely redacted in the lawsuit, preventing the public from reading them. As a result of the redaction, HP's desired response from the Court is also unreadable.
For two other causes of action is related to Oracle's alleged breach of contract and promises in regard to its software on Itanium-based servers, HP is asking the Court to force Oracle to perform the contract signed between the two because there are no other adequate legal remedies.
HP is also seeking putative and other damages related to Oracle's alleged libel against HP and its alleged intentional interference in HP's business.
Three of the causes of action are related to HP's allegations that Oracle violated California laws by selling servers below their fully allocated costs and by engaging in "fraudulent and deceptive business practices."
Oracle declined to further comment on the lawsuit or on the redacted copy other than the statement it released on Wednesday.