Court's damages expert for Oracle-Google trial stands to get $2 million
Chris Kanaracus |
July 9, 2012
A court-appointed damages expert who served in the intellectual-property suit Oracle lodged against Google over the Android mobile OS could receive nearly US$2 million in compensation, according to court filings late Thursday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
Google also wants Oracle to pay roughly $140,000 for transcripts associated with the case.
An Oracle spokeswoman declined comment.
The legal battle between Oracle and Google may be far from concluded, as Oracle is expected to appeal.