Microsoft scores win in Motorola patent dispute
- USA: Monday, December 03 - 2012 at 04:39
A US court has ruled against Motorola patent claims that could have led to restrictions on the sales of Microsoft's Xbox and Windows, the Seattle Times has reported. Motorola had sought injunctive relief, including bans on the import or sale of certain Microsoft products such as Xbox and Windows, for what it said was Microsoft's violations of certain Motorola patents. The ruling means Motorola can't enforce an injunction it won from a German court earlier this year that would have banned the sales of Xbox and Windows products in Germany. "Motorola has not shown it has suffered an irreparable injury or that remedies available at law are inadequate to compensate for its injury," said District Judge James Robart.
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