UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSIONWASHINGTON, D.C.Before the Honorable Theodore R. EssexAdministrative Law Judge
In the Matter of Certain Portable Electronic CommunicationsDevices, Including Mobile Phones andComponents Thereof Investigation No. 337-TA-885
GOOGLE INC.’S UNOPPOSED MOTION TO INTERVENE IN INVESTIGATIONGround Rule 3.2 Certification
Pursuant to Ground Rule 3.2, Google Inc. certifies that it has made a reasonable, good-faith effort to contact the Complainants and Respondents in this Investigation at least two business days before filing this motion and resolve the matter that is subject of this Motion. Nokia and HTC have both advised that they do not oppose Google’s Motion To Intervene withrespect to the ’189 patent, the ’211 patent, and the ’650 patent.Pursuant to 19 C.F.R. § 210.19, Google Inc. hereby moves to intervene as a party in theabove-referenced Investigation with respect to three of the six patents asserted in the Complaintfiled by Complainants Nokia Corp. and Nokia Inc. (collectively “Nokia”) against RespondentsHTC Corp. and HTC America, Inc. (collectively “HTC”) on May 23, 2013: U.S. Patent No.6,035,189 (“’189 patent), U.S. Patent no. 6,711,211 (“’211 patent”), and U.S. Patent No.8,140,650 (“’650 patent”).
Google seeks to intervene in this Investigation in order to protectGoogle’s significant interests and defend the Google products and services identified in Nokia’s
Although Google requests full participation rights as a party to this Investigation withrespect to these three patents, including in all discovery, all motions, and the hearing, as well as pre-hearing and post-hearing briefing, Google is not seeking to be accorded respondent status.