Google Paying $0 In Statutory Damages As Oracle Plans Appeal

Posted on Jun 20 2012 - 7:13pm by Editorial Staff

Oracle and Google long-heated legal battle came to end last month when jury unanimously decided that Google did not infringe on two of Oracle’s patents. And, now after a whole one month of the legal battle event, in preparation of Oracle v. Google case management conference, the parties filed a stipulation on statutory damages over Google’s infringement of the nine-line rangeCheck function and eight decompiled files. There were three major points that were discussed and finalized during the 25-minute session.

  • Google has been asked to pay $0 in statutory damages while Oracle will file a stipulation earlier in the day.
  • Google has 14 days to submit application in order to asking Oracle to pay legal administrative fees, and even also demand billable hours for attorneys from Oracle.
  • The lawyers on both sides will determine how much the case was worth.
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