Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 4th Sep 2009 16:44 UTC
Legal Microsoft has been granted a stay of a landmark injunction in a patent infringement case that would have required the software giant to stop selling its popular Word in its current form by next month. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit on Thursday granted Microsoft's motion for a stay, pending appeal, of an injunction issued in August by a federal judge that bars sales of Word that include a custom XML code found to infringe on patents held by i4i - the plaintiff.
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RE[2]: Hardly Unexpected
by Moredhas on Sat 5th Sep 2009 07:15 UTC in reply to "RE: Hardly Unexpected"
Moredhas
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2008-04-10

You're asking for the impossible. Consistency and fairness in a legal system. The only consistency is that the richest always wins, and the fairness is only a concern when the bigger company thinks it's hard done by.

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