Oracle to pay Google $1.13m in legal costs following failed Android lawsuit

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Oracle has been ordered to pay Google $ 1,130,350 in legal costs following the broad failure of its long-running patent and copyright infringement lawsuit over Android. Google had originally asked for more than $ 4 million to cover the total costs of the quixotic suit, including significant fees for a third-party e-discovery service paid to surface and copy relevant documents. While the payment was cut back by Judge William Alsup, he was unequivocal in declaring Google the “prevailing party” in the case, and used the ruling to criticize Oracle’s lawyers for “craft[ing] broad, and ultimately overreaching, claims of copyright infringement.”

Judge Alsup also put an end to his controversial investigation into the use of paid bloggers, noting…

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