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The FRAND case between Apple and Motorola, regarding FRAND patent rate has been dismissed by the judge with prejudice, meaning Apple will be asked to pay court and lawyer fees for Motorola.

The primary reason for the dismissal has been Apple’s stand that unless the court sets the rate at $1 for the FRAND patents, it is free to ignore the verdict and continue with litigation.

While being innovative in the technology field, does Apple want to now start an ‘iLaw’ division, where it will define the broad outlines for a case and expects the judgement to rubber-stamp it?