Java Patent Infringement – Oracle seeking Deposition of Google

java - oragcle vs GoogleIn the case, Oracle America Inc. v. Google Inc. (GOOG), 10-03561, U.S. District Court, Northern District of California (San Francisco). Google Inc. is in conflict what it calls a provoking demand by Oracle Corp. (ORCL) to take a deposition of Chief Executive Officer Larry Page as part of Oracle’s multi billion-dollar lawsuit asserting the Android system infringes its Java patents, according to a court filing.

The act in concert of diplomacy that took place between Sun Microsystems and Google regarding a Java license for Android and his testimony is appurtenant to the cost of the infringement to Google, Oracle said in a letter jointly filed by the companies today with US Magistrate Judge Donna Ryu in San Francisco.

According to Google’s opposition to aforesaid deposition is apparently variable with its own notice to depose Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, Oracle said in the letter.

Google has proposed to take back its notice to depose Ellison if Oracle does not want to call him as a witness at trial but Oracle refused that intent.

Java Patent Infringement – Oracle seeking Deposition of Google

Report by: – Vibhanshu Vaibhav