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Microsoft Could Turn to Supreme Court in i4i Patent Case

It's Hail Mary time (sorry, Minnesota) for Microsoft, which just keeps losing its now famous patent case with Canadian developer i4i. (Yes, this was the one that led to an injunction on sales of Microsoft Word.) It has gotten so bad that Microsoft is looking at taking this one all the way to the Supreme Court. No word yet on whether Roger Staubach or Drew Pearson will serve as legal counsel...

Posted by Lee Pender on July 29, 2010 at 11:56 AM


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