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An Unreasonable Royalty Rate is No Gaming Matter

The Honorable Judge James L. Robart recently took on the challenging task of determining a reasonable and non-discriminatory (“RAND”) royalty rate for Motorola’s standards-essential patents (“SEP”). Microsoft Corp. v....more

A First for FRAND: Federal Court in Microsoft v. Motorola Sets FRAND Royalty Rates for Standard Essential Patents

Microsoft v. Motorola developed a framework for courts to assess fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) terms for standard-essential patents. Its roadmap and analysis will probably influence future FRAND cases in...more

Landmark Court Opinion Provides Guidance in Determining RAND Royalties for Standard-Essential Patents

On April 25, 2013, U.S. District Judge James Robart (W.D. Wash.) issued a much-anticipated opinion in a dispute between Microsoft Corporation (“Microsoft”) and Motorola, Inc., Motorola Mobility, Inc., and General Instrument...more

"US District Court Issues First Decision Calculating a FRAND Royalty for Standard-Essential Patents"

Why this case is important: - First decision to set a framework for determining a FRAND royalty; and - Provides guidance for calculating the value of a SEP, affecting (1) SEP holders and potential licensees...more

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