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Oracle v. Google - Pretrial Conference Held
Friday, December 23 2011 @ 09:05 AM EST

A pretrial conference was held in the Oracle v. Google case on Wednesday, December 21, during which Judge Alsup heard oral arguments on some of the motions in limine. (654 [PDF; Text]) The hearing lasted about four and a half hours, but any outcome from the hearing has yet to be reported. It is known that the court heard oral arguments on three of the four motions in limine on which the parties had agreed to have oral arguments. Judge Alsup has yet to determine how much time will be required for the trial.

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654 Filed and Effective: 12/21/2011
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Document Text: Minute Entry: Interim Pretrial Conference (Date Filed: 12/21/2011). (Court Reporter Sahar Bartlett.) (dt, COURT STAFF) (Date Filed: 12/21/2011) (Entered: 12/22/2011)


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654

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA

CIVIL PRETRIAL MINUTES

JUDGE WILLIAM ALSUP,/p> Date: December 21, 2011

Total Hearing Time: 4 hours 25 minutes

Case No. C10-03561 WHA

Title: ORACLE AMERICA INC v. GOOGLE INC

Plaintiff Attorney(s): Steven Hotzman; Fred Norton; Michael Jacobs; Daniel Muino
David Boies; Ken Kutyi; Matthew Sarboraria (Oracle)

Defense Attorney(s): Scott Weingaertner; Bruce Baber; Renny Hwang; Daniel Purcell; Reid Mullen
Matthias Kamber; Christa Anderson; Robert Van Nest; Eugene Paige;
Catherine Lucarera (Google)

Deputy Clerk: Dawn Toland

Court Reporter: Sahar Bartlett

PROCEEDINGS

1) Pretrial Conference - HELD
2)

Continued to ___ for Further Case Management Conference
Continued to ___ for Pretrial Conference
Continued to ___ for Trial

ORDERED AFTER HEARING:

Court allowed argument on some of the motions in limine the remaining one will be submitted on the papers. Each side shall have one hour for opening statements. Its undecided how much time will be given for the case-in-chief.



  


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Off Topic
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Please mention the story name in the title of the top post.

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Comes Stuff Here
Authored by: SilverWave on Friday, December 23 2011 @ 09:29 AM EST
:-P

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RMS: The 4 Freedoms
0 run the program for any purpose
1 study the source code and change it
2 make copies and distribute them
3 publish modified versions

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Audio: Possible?
Authored by: Anonymous on Friday, December 23 2011 @ 10:49 AM EST
It would be sweet to grab and listen to the audio. Question
is, how?

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