Google Requests Reexamination of Fifth Oracle Patent

Scott Daniels | February 18, 2011

As an update to our post on Wednesday, we have learned that Google yesterday requested that the Patent Office conduct an inter partes reexamination of Oracle’s U.S. Patent No. 6,910,205.  The ‘205 patent is one of seven patents that Oracle asserts are infringed by Google, Oracle America v. Google (Case No. 3:10-cv-3561-WHA). The Patent Office has three months in which to determine whether to grant reexamination, that is, to determine whether a substantial new question of patentability is raised by the requests. Google is likely to request inter partes reexamination of the remaining two Oracle patents, shortly. The four requests Google filed Tuesday were for ex parte reexamination of the Oracle patents.

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