Or maybe not?
If you'd been following the 'patent wars' (I have been), you'll have noticed that motorola isn't actually doing very well. Their only real win so far has been against iCloud - they can possibly stop apple from delivering push email. Not bad, but nowhere near enough to prevent apple from 'winning' (and you'll want to include microsoft too btw, as that's the other side of motorola's battle just now).
The other 'victories' have been on FRAND patents, and only in Germany where the law is utterly stupid (and out of line with EU law, and appeals end up with the EU, making victories in germany very much short term).
Problem with FRAND patents: Motorola promised to license them fairly, and to anyone. They've not been doing that, and several judges have found that they've not been doing that. The EU suspects they've not been doing that, and have started an anti-trust investigation.
Even if they were to win with these patents, it would be a disaster for basically everyone. They could say to any company "You can only build a phone if it doesn't have wifi, 3G or play video, unless you pay us 7.5% of the retail price". That's more than the profit margin for many companies (including motorola themselves judging by their lack of profits!), so many companies couldn't afford to sell phones. This is why they're accused of 'market abuse'.
It's going to be very interesting to see how google handle the patent issue. They can continue with Motorola's strategy, and risk a colossal backfire. Or they can drop all the cases where they're asking for bans based on FRAND patents, and risk getting hammered by microsoft and apple.