Thumbnail image for microsoft.jpgIPNews® – Motorola Mobility failed Wednesday to convince a Seattle federal judge to toss Microsoft Inc.’s claims seeking a court-declared reasonable and non-discriminatory royalty rate for Motorola’s standards-essential patents for wireless network and video coding technology.

The court had already found that Motorola has an obligation to license the patents in suit at RAND rates under its commitments to international standards-setting organizations. A bench trial to determine the RAND royalty rate will begin Nov. 13. To continue reading, click: Motorola Fails To Shake Microsoft Claim For Standards Patents RAND Rate