Apple Blasts Motorola's Stance On Essential Patents

Law360, New York (June 12, 2012, 9:45 PM ET) -- In a suit alleging that Motorola Mobility Inc. breached contracts and violated antitrust laws by seeking excessive fees for standard-essential patents, Apple Inc. on Monday told a Wisconsin federal court that Motorola's claim that it wasn't bound to license the patents on fair terms is "preposterous."

Apple and Motorola, a unit of Google Inc., are battling each other in several courts over patents, but the instant case, filed in March 2011, does not involve infringement claims. Instead, Apple's antitrust and contract allegations are based on Motorola's...
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