Bloomberg Law
May 28, 2020, 10:31 AM

Google-Oracle Copyright War May Hinge on Jury Findings Discard

Kyle Jahner
Kyle Jahner
IP Reporter

The fate of Oracle Corp.'s $8.8 billion software copyright win over Alphabet Inc.'s Google could depend on an appellate court’s decision to set aside the trial jury’s findings, a move that’s drawn the U.S. Supreme Court’s attention as it weighs the case.

The high court has asked the tech giants for briefs on what standard of review that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit should have used in handling a jury’s fair use finding, including implications of the Seventh Amendment’s right to a jury trial.

The Federal Circuit reconsidered the jury’s weighing of fair use factors de ...

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