On October 7th, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Google v. Oracle, as the two companies battle over the copyrightability of software in what will be the biggest copyright case in several decades. The Court’s ruling in Google v. Oracle is expected to set the standard for how thoroughly computer code is protected by copyright. In this virtual panel, legal experts weigh in on the case and discuss any insights from oral argument.
Prof. Adam Mossoff
Professor of Law Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University
VP, Legal Policy and Copyright Counsel The Copyright Alliance
President The Committee for Justice