Back in March, Microsoft lost its second appeal in attempting to overrule the $240+ million fine they were handed for infringing on an Office related XML pattern held by i4i. Microsoft currently has a third...
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According to BBC News, Microsoft has lost its second appeal to overrule the $240 million dollar fine imposed by a US court for copyright infringement. The initial ruling dictated that Microsoft pay up, as well...
Microsoft has been the center of a legal battle from a small patent owning company, i4i for many months for infringing on it's "Custom XML" patent which is included in Microsoft Word 2003 and 2007...
Microsoft has taken Office 2003 offline from its MSDN, TechNet, and Expression subscribers. Company officials blamed the move on the recent court ruling related to a custom XML markup implementation in Word 2003 and Word...
On Friday afternoon, Microsoft filed an emergency motion with the US District Court for Eastern Texas in a desperate try to block a ruling that could force it to stop selling its flagship word processing...