It had been going on for a long time. It is one of the most extensive trials in recent times in the technological world, or at least the most relevant. Oracle demanded Google for having violated a series of company patents with its operating system Android and with the virtual machine Dalvik. Finally, the second phase of the trial, which covered the issue of patents, has ended. The resolution leaves Google as innocent, and it is considered that he has not infringed any of the patents that Oracle had registered, giving him a second victory since, although he lost in the first phase, an error in the accusation freed them from paying.
Google has not infringed any of the patents of Oracle, that’s the jury’s verdict in the case that concerns us. The resolution was unanimously finalized by all the members of the jury, so there is no doubt that the situation of Google in this second phase of the trial.
None of the accusations of Oracle on the patents violated by Google with its mobile operating system, Android, nor the corresponding virtual machine, called Dalvik, has had a solid foundation, nor has it been considered estimable to take it into account. So that Google you are free of all patent-related charges and therefore you will not have to compensate a single dollar to Oracle for damages, which was what they were asking for.
Now, they have to face the third phase of the trial, where the damages they may have suffered will be dealt with third companies. For the moment, as we have already said, Google has won one of the phases, where he has been released from all charges, and has been spared paying in another of them, in which he was accused guilty, but a defect in the accusation made by Oracle allowed the Mountain View claim a conviction set aside.