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Copyright, Interfaces, and Implications of Oracle v. Google

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Although the monumental Oracle v. Google litigation continues, the Federal Circuit's 2014 ruling on the copyrightability of interfaces has already upset previous understandings that underpin the software industry. Rather than revisit the complex details of the Oracle v. Google litigation, this session will review trends in copyright litigation relating to software interfaces, suggest practical tips for advising clients, and guess at where the next battlefields may emerge.
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Session 1:

Copyright, Interfaces, and Implications of Oracle v. Google (Jun 2019)

Although the monumental Oracle v. Google litigation continues, the Federal Circuit's 2014 ruling on the copyrightability of interfaces has already upset previous understandings that underpin the software industry. Rather than revisit the complex details of the Oracle v. Google litigation, this session will review trends in copyright litigation relating to software interfaces, suggest practical tips for advising clients, and guess at where the next battlefields may emerge. 

Originally presented at: May 2019 Technology Law Conference

Fred von Lohmann, Attorney at Law - San Francisco, CA