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Although the decision was no surprise, says one attorney, he also predicts it will create 'huge ripples' on U.S. patent law

Canada’s i4i finally triumphs over Microsoft

Toronto company scores a rare legal win against the software giant as top U.S. court lets Texas judgment stand

Toronto firm sues Dell, LogMeIn for patent infringement

01 Communique seeks past and future damages for willful infringement of its patent issued in 2005. Plus, where the company

Appeals court upholds i4i-Microsoft decision – again

The U.S. Appeals Court refuses to hear yet another Microsoft appeal of a jury's $240-million award for IP infringement of the Toronto company. Likely next stop: The Supreme Court

Court reaffirms i4i’s patent win against Microsoft

The U.S. Federal Appeals Court again upheld a ruling against Microsoft in the i4i case. The judges expanded on why they agree that Redmond, Wash. software giant willfully infringed the patents

Microsoft asks for rehearing in Word ruling

Starting Monday, sales of Word won't include custom XML features. But Microsoft has asked an appeals court to reconsider the way that the damages figure, US$290 million, was determined.

Court rejects Microsoft appeal, bans Word 2007 sales

A federal appeals court ordered Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) to stop selling its popular Word 2007 software, rejecting the company's appeal and confirming the ruling of a lower court. The injunction, which the software maker says will affect Microsoft Office 2007, takes effect Jan. 11.

YEAR IN REVIEW: August 2009

August brought the Nortel debates into Canadian parliament, Canadian privacy law received worldwide attention during negotiations with Facebook, a Texas federal court ordered Microsoft to stop selling editions of Word and Office containing customer XML, and more

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