Java script is a scripting language most often used for client-side web development.
When two tech titans clash in court, the outcome can reverberate widely. In what has been dubbed the “copyright lawsuit of the decade,” Oracle sued Google in 2010 for infringing its copyrights in 37 Java Application Programming Interface (API) packages used in Google’s Android software platform for mobile devices.
A computer software expert was requested for a trade secrets case involving the design and development of custom software.
A web analytics expert was requested for a patent infringement case involving web applications which tracked website client interaction data for internet marketing purposes.