Copyright conclusion

A.R.; Ross, Randy
March 1996
PC World;Mar96, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p49
Reports that the US Supreme Court has ruled that Borland International Inc.'s Quatro Pro software did not violate Lotus Development Corp.'s Lotus 1-2-3 software copyrights.


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