Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Oracle Enlists Process Servers, Not PIs, to Find HP CEO | John Paczkowski | Digital Daily | AllThingsD

The TV mini-series in this context can’t be far behind

Sources in a position to know tell me that the PIs rumored to be searching for Apotheker are actually PSs — process servers, agents charged with delivering subpoenas to their intended recipient. And, as federal law dictates, their search extends no further than 100 miles from the location of the trial, because if Apotheker is outside that 100-mile radius, they can’t serve him. And Oracle can’t compel him to testify. Which means it’s not really worth the company’s time or effort to hire Dog the Bounty Hunter to track him down in some Schwarzwald hideout.

Oracle Enlists Process Servers, Not PIs, to Find HP CEO | John Paczkowski | Digital Daily | AllThingsD

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