With a single stroke, the Federal Trade Commission may have restored the value of the handshake and good-faith promise among high-tech competitors, yet opened the doors to potential new litigation.

The commission recently issued a landmark decision — for the first time holding a company liable for an antitrust violation because it used its patents to subvert the process relied on by thousands of companies to set industry standards for products.

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