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Microsoft v. Motorola

Microsoft v. Motorola C.A No. C10-18230LR FACTS: In October 2010, Motorola sent two letters[1] to Microsoft, offering to license its H.264 and 802.11 Standard Essential Patents (SEPs) on terms that, Microsoft calculated, would result in a royalty of $4 billion. These two SEPs related to certain Wi-Fi and video compression SEPs. Microsoft responded by filing…