Oracle will have to pay USD $1.13 billion to Google for the trial
The court ordered to pay Oracle $1,130,350 USD in legal fees after losing the judgment brought against Google in 2010 . The company failed to prove infringement of Java patents and copyrights in Android.
Google had originally requested more than $4 million to cover the full costs of their defense, including external agencies also worked looking documents. The payment was reduced by Judge William Alsup, although he stressed that Google was the party “prevailed” in the case, criticizing the way to Oracle’s lawyers for “creating large and excessive claims of copyright infringement.”
Alsup also completed research on paid bloggers , stating that the court “will not take further action on the issue of payments to litigants commentators and journalists, and ensures both parties that no comments had influenced the orders and judgments of the Court” .android, costs, Demand, Google, Java, Justice, Oracle, oracle vs google, Trial