Judge Orders Microsoft to Stop Selling Word in US.

U.S. District Court Judge Leonard Davis has issued a permanent injunction that “prohibits Microsoft from selling or importing to the United States any Microsoft Word products that have the capability of opening .XML, .DOCX or DOCM files (XML files) containing custom XML.” View details.

In May, a federal jury in Tyler, Texas, ruled that the custom XML tagging features of Word 2003 and Word 2007 infringed on patent held by i4i. That court ordered Microsoft to pay $200 million in the case.

1 Response to "Judge Orders Microsoft to Stop Selling Word in US."

  • battery-stores

    May 21, 2010

    Very helpful, thanks so much. I like it.
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