Appeals Court (Again) Affirms i4i Victory

By I4i, PRNE
Tuesday, March 9, 2010

TORONTO, March 10, 2010 - Today, a panel for the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal
Circuit issued a revised opinion in i4i v. Microsoft which affirms the August
11, 2009
Final Judgment by The Honorable Judge Leonard Davis that ruled in
favor of i4i and found that Microsoft had wilfully infringed i4i's U.S.
Patent No. 5,787,449.

Loudon Owen, Chairman of i4i, says, "The appeals court has again upheld
the lower court's decision in its entirety. In addition, it issued a more
detailed analysis in concerning the finding of willfulness in this case. The
determination that Microsoft willfully infringed i4i's patent stands."

Michel Vulpe, founder of i4i and co-inventor, says, "i4i is especially
pleased with the court's continued decision to uphold the injunction, an
important step in protecting the property rights of inventors. i4i continues
to offer custom XML solutions."

The Court of Appeals is still considering a petition by Microsoft for en
banc review.

i4i is a global technology company headquartered in Toronto, Canada. For
more information on i4i v. Microsoft, selected court documents can be found

For further information: Loudon Owen - or
+1-416-307-3271; Melony Jamieson - or +1-416-518-6355

For further information: Loudon Owen - lowen at or +1-416-307-3271; Melony Jamieson - melony at or +1-416-518-6355

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