The copyright battle that’s been going on since 2010 between these two tech giants will finally reach its conclusion at the highest court in the land. Google will have just 30 minutes to present its case; Oracle will have 30 minutes to respond… The two tech giants have agreed to the following filing schedule: January 6, 2020 – Google will submit its brief (i.e. argument why they should prevail). February 12, 2020 - Oracle will submit its response brief. March 13, 2020 - Google will file a reply to Oracle’s brief addressing any opposing points raised. If Google wins, the case is finally closed. If Oracle wins, the damages will be calculated by a California jury. Estimated damages in this case are in the $8-9 billion range.