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13-05-01 Exhibits a-I to Motorola Letter Re. Microsoft Damages Theories

13-05-01 Exhibits a-I to Motorola Letter Re. Microsoft Damages Theories

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Exhibits A-I to May 1, 2013 Google (Motorola) letter to court regarding breach-of-FRAND-contract damages and related discovery in Microsoft FRAND case
Exhibits A-I to May 1, 2013 Google (Motorola) letter to court regarding breach-of-FRAND-contract damages and related discovery in Microsoft FRAND case

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Case 2:10-cv-01823-JLR Document 683-1 Filed 05/01/13 Page 1 of 77
 
MICROSOFT CORPORATION’S INITIALDISCLOSURES PURSUANT TO FEDERALRULE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE 26(a)(1)(A)
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LAW OFFICES
DANIELSON HARRIGAN LEYH & TOLLEFSON LLP
999 THIRD AVENUE, SUITE 4400SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 98104TEL, (206) 623-1700 FAX, (206) 623-8717
12345678910111213141516171819202122232425HONORABLE JAMES L. ROBARTIN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTFOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTONAT SEATTLEMICROSOFT CORPORATION, aWashington corporation,Plaintiff,vs.MOTOROLA, INC., and MOTOROLAMOBILITY, INC.,DefendantsCase No. 2-10-cv-01823-JLR MICROSOFT CORPORATION’SINITIAL DISCLOSURES PURSUANTTO FEDERAL RULE OF CIVILPROCEDURE 26(a)(1)(A)Pursuant to Rule 26(a)(1) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Plaintiff MicrosoftCorporation (“Microsoft”) hereby makes its initial disclosures. Microsoft makes the followinginitial disclosures based on the information and materials reasonably available to it. Microsoftreserves the right to supplement its initial disclosures based on information or evidencediscovered, offered, or introduced later in this action. Information subject to the attorney-client privilege, work product doctrine, or any other applicable privilege has not been disclosed.
A.Rule 26(a)(1)(A)(i).
1.Current and former employees of Microsoft include, but are not limited to:
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Case 2:10-cv-01823-JLR Document 683-1 Filed 05/01/13 Page 2 of 77
 
MICROSOFT CORPORATION’S INITIALDISCLOSURES PURSUANT TO FEDERALRULE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE 26(a)(1)(A)
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LAW OFFICES
DANIELSON HARRIGAN LEYH & TOLLEFSON LLP
999 THIRD AVENUE, SUITE 4400SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 98104TEL, (206) 623-1700 FAX, (206) 623-8717
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Horacio GutierrezMicrosoft CorporationOne Microsoft WayRedmond, WA 98052Mr. Gutierrez is Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President and DeputyGeneral Counsel, Intellectual Property and Licensing, and may haveknowledge regarding Motorola’s license demand letters dated Octobe21, 2010 and October 29, 2010. Mr. Gutierrez may be contactedthrough undersigned counsel.
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Bart Eppenauer Microsoft CorporationOne Microsoft WayRedmond, WA 98052Mr. Eppenauer is Microsoft’s Chief Patent Counsel and may haveknowledge regarding the applicable standards and licensing of standards-related patents. Mr. Eppenauer may be contacted throughundersigned counsel.2.Current and former employees of Motorola, Inc., Motorola Mobility, Inc., andGeneral Instrument Corporation likely to have discoverable information onsubjects including, but not limited to, the following: Motorola’s October 21,2010 and October 29, 2010 demand letters to Microsoft; Motorola’s participation in the adoption and implementation of the WLAN/802.11 and/or H.264 standards; licensing terms offered by Motorola to persons or entitiesfor licenses to Motorola’s patented technology it claims is essential toimplementation of the WLAN and/or H.264 standards; terms upon whichMotorola has accepted licenses from other entitiesfor patented technologynecessary for implementation of the WLAN and/or H.264 standards;development of Motorola’s allegedly “essential” patents; and Motorola’s effortsto protect its allegedly “essential” patents from infringement. Individuals in thiscategory who are likely to have discoverable information include, but are notlimited to:
a.
Kirk Daileyc/o Summit Law Group PLLC
b.
Ajay Luthrac/o Summit Law Group PLLC3.All individuals likely to have discoverable information listed in Defendants’Initial Disclosures.
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