"Dr Lynch is disappointed that the court ruled against him without waiting for the High Court 'judgment in the civil case which considered all these issues "Mr Morvillo said.
" At the request of the US Department of Justice, the court ruled that a UK citizen who ran a UK company listed on the London Stock Exchange should be extradited to America because of allegations about his conduct in the UK.
"We say this matter belongs to the UK. If the Home Secretary nevertheless decides to order extradition, Dr Lynch intends to appeal. "
'Artificialement inflated '
The UK's Serious Fraud Office investigated the case in 2013, before dropping the case two years later because of "insufficient evidence ".
Autonomy was founded by Dr Lynch in 1996. He has developed software capable of extracting useful information fromr from "unstructured" data sources such as phone calls, emails or videos, then suggesting answers to a call center operator or monitoring TV channels for words or of subjects.
Prior to being acquired by HP, it was headquartered in San Francisco and Cambridge in the UK.
In 2010, approximately 68% of Autonomy's reported income came from the United States and elsewhere in the Americas.
HP and U.S. prosecutors allege that the Dr Lynch and other former Autonomy executives artificially inflated the software company's revenues and profits between 2009 and 2011, causing HP to pay too much for the company.
But D Lynch argued that HP used the allegations to cover up its own mismanagement of Autonomy after the 2011 deal.