The pre-mature 'conclusions' of Oracle winning the case against Google
in the ugly Java battle seems to be falling apart.
The court has given an order which makes it clear that Oracle must
simplify the case by bringing the patents claim down to a triable
number. In case Oracle fails to do that the court will wait for the US
Patent Office to verify the patents in question -- which will take quite
The reason behind this decision is that the court doesn't want to drag
this trial longer. The situation is favourable to Google as either
Oracle will have to cut its claims or take the risk of them being
re-examined by the USPTO.
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