Tag: court

Why PDF in legal? #1 — Because the Judge Said So

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There are many excellent reasons to get good at using PDF in legal practice. One compelling motivation is that it is the standard for electronic filing in the Federal Courts. The rollout of the eFiling/case management program from the Administrative Office for the US Courts is well underway.

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Federal court report suggests Microsoft targeting Adobe, Acrobat

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Massachusetts is the lone state still pursuing harsher punishment for Microsoft’s antitrust violations, having not agreed to the previous settlement terms between the software company, the Department of Justice and a number of other states. Late last week the Massachusetts attorney general filed a court report alleging that Microsoft is continuing its monopolistic practices by stifling competition with several Internet search engines and with a similar campaign against Adobe Acrobat/PDF.

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