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Visto v. Seven (2006, USA)

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In Visto v. Seven, the latter was found guilty of infringing four of the former's patents.

After this case, on March 3rd 2008, Visto approached Microsoft, and Microsoft made an out of court settlement.[1]

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  1. http://blogs.barrons.com/techtraderdaily/2008/03/03/microsoft-settles-visto-litigation-will-rimm-do-the-same/

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