That's how I read it.
What I don't understand is the two mutually exclusive situations we have here.
For one, we're being told that motorola is doing all these things that are patently anti-competitive with their FRAND patents WRT Apple. The other part is that you have to assume that no lawyer could be so dumb as to green light doing something so clearly illegal. I tend to believe we're (the Apple fan public) are not being told the whole story by those experts we tend to quote often. If everything they were saying is really right, these lawsuits over the FRAND patents would be settled in Apple's favor every time before they even went to the jury. I don't get it.
Again, you don't get it because you don't know how the law works. Lawyers don't get to decide whether to file the case or not. They can advise their clients, but there are times when it makes sense to proceed down a certain path even if your chances of winning are very slight.
In this case, even if Apple eventually wins all of its claims, Motorola/Samsung/Google will still get their FRAND royalties, but they will also have a couple of years of being able to sell products that infringe on Apple's patents. At that point, they will be so entrenched that Apple could be forced to license technologies to them.
Intellectual property litigation is not as simple as you're trying to make it out to be.