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State v. Peters

... 5 The State opposed the Appellants' motions, arguing it had no better access to the source code than Appellants, as the source code is possessed and controlled exclusively as intellectual property by CMI, Inc. (CMI), a Kentucky-based corporation. ...

Patch v. Hillerich & Bradsby Co.

... Justice JIM RICE, concurring. ¶ 44 I concur with the Court's determination under Issue 1 that Patches stated a legally valid claim. H & B argues that § 27-1-719, MCA, limits product liability claims to "users and consumers" of the product, and does not extend to bystanders. ...

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