Judge Does Not Decide on Dimissing ZL Technologies Complaint Against Gartner

(Revised: confirmed that the source, MS&L, is ZL’s PR firm.)

While I don’t have official verification of this, I did learn the following this afternoon, regarding the lawsuit filed against Gartner by ZL Technologies over its treatment in their magic quadrants about which I posted earlier this week and which is also covered here, here, and here.

“In today’s hearing on Gartner’s motion to dismiss ZL’s complaint, the court did not come to a decision.”

Precisely because I couldn’t find any reference to this online (yet), I figured it was breaking news and should share it via the blog. I learned this information via an email from David Schraeder of MS&L, the PR firm representing ZL Technologies.

Given my limited understanding of the law, a non-decision is a decision. That is, by not deciding to throw out the case, I take to mean that the case is on and will proceed. More information will undoubtedly come out later, but I wanted to share this while it was hot.

It’s not every day I can break a story on the Mark Logic CEO blog!

One response to “Judge Does Not Decide on Dimissing ZL Technologies Complaint Against Gartner

  1. Thanks for the update, your the only source with current info on this case.

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