When it comes to FRAND and antitrust, Nokia wants to put as much distance as possible between itself and U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh.

And really, can you blame them? Koh just handed Nokia the award for Best Supporting Monopolist in the FTC v. Qualcomm bench trial. In her findings of fact last month, the judge found that a Nokia executive was “not credible” about the company’s licensing practices and “conveniently claimed complete ignorance”about specific Nokia licenses. She concluded that Nokia was “following Qualcomm’s lead” in licensing only at the OEM level.

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