Are Application Programming Interfaces (API) Copyrightable?

On the one year anniversary of the judge’s decision in Oracle vs. Google throwing levitra dosage timing out a jury’s findings and ruling that Oracle’s Java API’s were not copyrightable, the Electronic Frontier Foundation is chiming in with its perspective. A little background.  The case is Oracle v. Google, 872 F.Supp.2d 974 (N.D.Cal. 2012).  Oracle […]

Kurt Anderson Quoted in NJ Biz Article on ‘Copyleft’

Kurt Anderson of GH&C’s Intellectual Property Practice Area was quoted in a NJ Biz article on November 26th regarding the legal complications associated with ‘copyleft’ and other open-source software. To read the full article, please follow this link.