Imagine preparing for an appeal of a $290 million judgment in a patent infringement case that requires an understanding of highly technical terms and concepts. Now imagine drafting briefs and getting ready to argue the case in about a month’s time.

That’s the challenge facing attorneys representing the parties in i4i Limited Partnership, et al. v. Microsoft Corp. In his Aug. 11 decision, U.S. District Judge Leonard Davis of the Eastern District of Texas entered an injunction against Microsoft that would block it from selling certain versions of Microsoft Word, an action that ultimately could cost the software giant much more than $290 million.

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