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UPDATE UPDATE: Paperback Software president Adam Osborne claims Forbes Magazine misquoted him about what he plans to do next if Lotus wins its look-and-feel suit against his company (Soft letter, 11/27/89). Calling the Forbes article "garbage," Osborne says: "What I actually told the Forbes reporter was that I was unconcerned with what I might do next, because there was no chance of me losing the litigation against Lotus, given the letter we have received from the Copyright Office, but even if there was, I wouldn't give much thought to what I would do next."
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Title Annotation:status of Lotus Development Corp.'s case against his company, Paperback Software
Publication:Soft-Letter
Date:Dec 26, 1989
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