Time12:30PM1:30PM EST Location21 D Street SE, Washington, DC, 20003
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Google v Oracle: Why It Matters

This panel discussion will examine Google v. Oracle, and what the case means for startups and the tech industry.

About this Event

The Supreme Court has the chance to weigh in on one of the longest-running legal battles in the tech industry: how copyright protections apply to software interfaces. After years of litigation, Oracle v. Google could be headed to the Supreme Court next term, and the ruling would have a dramatic impact on startups, developers, and the tech industry at large.

Please join us for a panel on Monday, June 24th about what’s at stake in the Oracle v. Google case, featuring experts in technology and intellectual property law.

The panel includes:

  • Ali Sternburg, Computer & Communications Industry Association
  • Charles Duan, R Street Institute
  • Mark Bohannon, Red Hat
  • Abby Rives, Engine

The event will take place from 12:30-1:30 pm at the Consumer Technology Association Innovation House, located at 21 D Street, SE Washington, DC 2003. Lunch will be served!

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