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Oracle v. Google and Its Implications

Oracle v. Google and Its Implications

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Originally presented on December 11, 2020 as part of the Intellectual Property Law Institute

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The first of the so-called “smartphone war” cases tried by a jury, this presentation looks at copyright infringement issues of Java and Android technologies.

Speaker: Anthony Claiborne, Registered Patent Attorney, Claiborne Patent Law Services

Anthony Claiborne’s undergraduate degrees are in Mathematics and Chemistry from the University of New Mexico. Anthony Claiborne obtained his J.D. from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.

A registered patent attorney, Anthony Claiborne followed a decade of engineering experience at a Fortune 100 company with more than 25 years of legal practice in law firms, a major scientific research institution and public corporations, most recently as worldwide director of intellectual property for Microsoft Services.

Anthony Claiborne now resides in the Seattle area where he has a solo intellectual property law practice focusing on patent and trademark preparation and prosecution and IP rights enforcement.

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