Parties Stipulate To Damages Plan In Google, Oracle Copyright Case

SAN FRANCISCO - Following a federal jury's May 7 verdict that Google Inc. infringed certain code and files from the Java software platform, Oracle America Inc. on May 16 agreed to defer any resulting copyright damages it might be entitled to until a California federal judge decides the copyrightability of the structure, sequence and organization (SSO) of application programmer interface (API) packages (Oracle America Inc. v. Google Inc., No. 10-3561, N.D. Calif.).  Subscribers may view the stipulation and order available within the full update.

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