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Wesley Grouleau quoted and then wrote:

>> One would think that the lawyers would have a field day with
>> something so obvious. It should be the mother of all class
>> action lawsuits, even bigger than asbestos, but nobody seems to
>> be suing. Where's the outrage, Ron?
>
>Maybe the lawyers don't want to risk antagonizing
>the source of most of their office automation.

The US Federal Appeals Court that covers Boston requires that
lawyers accompany their paper brief with the same thing on a
computer file -- in WordPerfect format.

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