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Judge dismisses Apple's patent licensing fee lawsuit against Motorola

By Shawn Knight
Nov 6, 2012
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  1. Wisconsin US District Court Judge Barbara Crabb has dismissed Apple's lawsuit against Motorola with prejudice. A spokesperson for Apple declined to comment following the dismissal but they are seeking to have the dismissal made without prejudice. That would allow the...

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  2. Odd that its a % of the product value rather then just X per unit
     
  3. fimbles

    fimbles TS Evangelist Posts: 1,274   +152

    I hope every company that deals with apple learns from the example they have set.

    Reap what you sow bill...
     
  4. What goes around comes around, but what is the use of patents if they decide oh everyone needs to use that so the value of your patent is now a lot less and if I feel like im paying a little to much ill take you to court and reduce its value futher should the samsung apple dispute not be covered by such nonsense not that I agree with patents they should all be scrapped and just purely copyright on brand name
     
  5. Tygerstrike

    Tygerstrike TS Enthusiast Posts: 827   +93

    The great part is Apple is getting screwed. 2.25% is roughly 17 bucks per device. Now when you add how many units Apple has sold. It adds up quickly. I certainly hope Apple has learned a very valuable lesson. Dont poke the sleeping tiger!!!
     


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