On Dec. 19, the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) ruled that Huawei, Nokia and ZTE did not infringe any valid Interdigital alleged 3G patents and, therefore, did not rule on RAND or public interest issues in that investigation (discussed in our prior post).  The ITC is reserving those issues for consideration in due course given the continued investigation of LG on those patents (recall that the ITC had dismissed LG from the investigation due to an arbitration agreement, but that decision was reversed and remanded by the Federal Circuit).