Android Patent Claims Head To Jury; Google Seeks JMOL

Android Patent Claims Head To Jury; Google Seeks JMOL

SAN FRANCISCO - Attorneys agreed upon a jury charge and special verdict form on May 14 in the second phase of Oracle America Inc.'s dispute with Google Inc.; that day, Google sought judgment as a matter of law (JMOL) that Oracle failed to prove literal patent infringement and that one of the two patents in suit is invalid because of improper broadening (Oracle America Inc. v. Google Inc., No. 10-3561, N.D. Calif.). Subscribers may view a copy of the jury charge available within the full update.

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