Motorola Mobility, Inc. v. Microsoft Corporation

Filing 177

RESPONSE/REPLY Microsoft Corporation's Responsive Claim Construction Brief and Exhibits by Microsoft Corporation. (Attachments: # 1 Index of Exhibits, # 2 Exhibit 802, # 3 Exhibit 906, # 4 Exhibit 907, # 5 Exhibit 908, # 6 Exhibit 909, # 7 Exhibit 910, # 8 Exhibit 1005, # 9 Exhibit 1006, # 10 Exhibit 1117, # 11 Exhibit 1118, # 12 Exhibit 1119, # 13 Exhibit 1120, # 14 Exhibit 1121, # 15 Exhibit 1122, # 16 Exhibit 1411)(Miner, Curtis)

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EXHIBITS ACCOMPANYING MICROSOFT’S RESPONSIVE CLAIM CONSTRUCTION BRIEF ‘839 Patent Ex. 802 Defendant Microsoft Corporation’s Disclosure of Proposed Claim Constructions (June 3, 2011) ‘899 Patent Ex. 906 Motorola’s updated Proposed Claim Constructions for the Patents-in-Suit, dated June 3, 2011, for the ‘899 Patent Ex. 907 7/7/11 Report of Kaliski Concerning ‘899 Patent Ex. 908 Excerpts from the deposition of Motorola’s expert on its ‘899 patent, Dr. Martin Kaliski (July 20, 2011) Ex. 909 Email Spencer to Robbins dated 7/27/11 confirming withdrawal of claims from ‘001 and ‘899 patent Confidential Ex. 910 Supplemental Report of Kaliski Regarding the ‘899 Patent, dated 7/12/2011 ‘001 Patent Confidential 6/24/11 Kaliski Opening Report for the ‘001 Patent Ex. 1005 Ex. 1006 Reed reference, MS-MOTO_SDFLA_00000016870 - 16887 ‘333 Patent Ex. 1117 Agreement to “make simultaneous exchange of proposed constructions” on May 6, 2011 [Docket No. 49] (Apr. 10, 2011) Ex. 1118 Motorola’s proposed constructions for its ‘333 patent (May 6, 2011) Ex. 1119 Motorola’s final constructions for its ‘333 patent (June 3, 2011) Ex. 1120 Excerpts from the deposition of Motorola’s expert on its ‘333 patent, Dr. Martin Kaliski (July 21, 2011) Ex. 1121 Exhibit 23 to the deposition of Dr. Kaliski (July 21, 2011) Ex. 1122 Exhibit 29 to the deposition of Dr. Kaliski (July 21, 2011) ‘370 Patent Confidential Ex. 1411 Excerpts from the deposition of Joel Williams (July 29, 2011)

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