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Google v Oracle: A Closer Look at the Dissent

Mintz Member Michael Graif authored an article published by World Intellectual Property Review that examined the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent landmark decision in Google v. Oracle, which held that Google’s copying of 11,500 lines of code from Oracle’s Java SE Application Programming Interface constituted a fair and transformative use of that material under copyright law. Specifically, in his article, Mr. Graif unpacked a blistering 18-page dissent written by Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito.



World Intellectual Property Review

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