The patent war between Google and Apple has been so strong and since Google acquired Motorola, Google has more advances to compete with Apple in term of patents but the two companies have been struggling to solve the problem peacefully and successfully.
One after another seem like there is no end to the patent infringement but now Apple wants to solve the problem through arbitration. Both parties sent several letters to each other and now they are working to find solution. Hope that they can negotiate and find the best way to go without hurting each other.
This is critical time for both parties and we will keep in in track for future information.
Apple is also interested in resolving its dispute with Motorola completely and agrees that binding arbitration may be the best vehicle to resolve the parties’ dispute. Accordingly, on November 8, 2012, Apple sent Motorola a letter agreeing that the parties should enter into arbitration and proposing the parameters of the arbitration.
On November 13, 2012, Motorola responded to Apple setting forth further proposals for the scope of the arbitration, and the parties are now negotiating how to proceed. Included in the parties’ discussions are proposals for a stand-still to the parties’ pending litigations.