Monthly Archives: May 2012

Oracle v. Google Phase 2 Closing Statements

Yesterday the Oracle v. Google trial reached another milestone.  Oracle and Google presented their closing statements to the jury on the patent infringement phase of the trial. While I posted to Twitter some comments as the statements were delivered, I … Continue reading

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Oracle v. Google Week 4 Summary

Last Monday, after about a week of deliberation, the jury reached a partial verdict pertaining to the copyright phase of the long Oracle v. Google trial. While the jury found Google guilty of infringing the structure, sequence, and organization (SSO) … Continue reading

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Oracle v. Google Phase 1: My Own Verdict and Explanation

On Monday I attended Judge Alsup’s courtroom to hear the closing arguments for Oracle’s copyright infringement case against Google. Before the jury reaches their verdict for phase one of the trial, I am providing my decision based on what I … Continue reading

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