Patent litigation has driven two newsworthy deals lately--a consortium (which included Apple and Microsot) banded together to purchase a portfolio of patents from Nortel, and more recently, patents are theoretically responsible for much of the premium Google is paying to Motorola for Motorola Mobile. In this article, James Cai explains how these two transactions signify a shortcoming in America's patent system.
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Google's Purchase of Motorola's Mobile Phone Business Seen As Key to Its Patent Litigation Strategy