Presiding Judge Alsup has thrown salt into Oracles wounds by ordering them to pay Google $1.1m in costs.
Oracle’s standing in this case became even more shaky yesterday, and they took a rearguard action to counter this by forgoing infringer’s profits if they
Monday provided arguably the most confusing day in court yet. From the outset Oracle looked victorious, but delving deeper reveals no winners
We reach the end of the week with the jury still mulling over their verdict, with speculation mounting that they are deadlocked. Google and Oracle offer solution, the situation gets murkier
A Rule 50 motion filed late last night by lawyers working for Google may significantly shift the course of the Oracle v. Google trial
Day 5 of proceedings in the trial between Oracle and Google over Java patents used Android was considerably low key by the standards set, but there were some important developments.
Day Four of the trial centred upon delving deeper into the definition of Java APIs and Google engineer Tim Lindholm testifying
The saga continues with Google CEO Larry Page edgy and evasive in court under cross-examination
Judge Alsup has filed the order. The two companies will meet in April, which will suit Oracle just fine.
The appeals court sides with the district court’s ruling to allow the potentially damaging Lindholm email to be used in the protracted court case
But we could get a trial date in mid-April. If all goes to plan.
Things aren’t getting off to a good start for either side in what has the potential to be THE patent trial of the year.