How IP Litigation Escrow Can Help Protect Client IP

Law360, New York (August 30, 2012, 1:15 PM EDT) -- As part of Microsoft Corp.'s U.S. International Trade Commission case against Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc., which alleges that some Android-powered Motorola phones violate Microsoft patents, an expert witness who had not been cleared to review the subject material accessed the highly confidential source code. The revelation was in violation of the court’s specific procedural direction. Google subsequently asked the judge in the ITC to sanction Microsoft for violating the court’s directions.[1]

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