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February 15, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

A California Superior Court in San Rafael has thrown out a suit by Computerland Corp founder William Millard against MicroPro International Corp which charged the firm with stealing the program that become WordStar: Millard filed the suit in April 1988, too late, said the court, to be judged, since statutes of limitation regarding the matter, alleged to have occurred in 1980, have run out; Millard had contended that elements of WordStar were stolen from his now-defunct Imsai Manufacturing Corp, which had a product it called NED.

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