Judge Tentatively Dismisses Apple/motorola Patent Case

U.S. Circuit Court Judge Richard Posner has tentatively decided to dismiss the ongoing patent litigation between Apple and Google?s newly acquired Motorola Mobility unit, the Wall Street Journal reports. A trial in the case had been scheduled to start Monday. Apple had sued Motorola for infringement in 2010; Motorola had countersued.

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