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Judge Denies Injunctive Relief in Microsoft, Motorola Patent Suit

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"A Seattle judge has dismissed Motorola Mobility's request for an injunction on Microsoft Crop. (MSFT) products just because they could infringe standard essential patents. The ruling comes after a week of hearings in November on the long-running case over how much a patent holder can charge for technology considered part of an industry standard. Federal Judge James Robart on Friday ruled that since both sides have agreed to license the technology, no injunction is necessary."

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