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JT Packard exec resigns after settling copyright disputes

Madison, Wis. - Following a devastating legal rebuke, the chief executive of JT Packard has left the company he founded to pursue other business interests.

Jeff Cason, who had served as president of the Verona-based provider of uninterruptible power supply services, resigned after settling two separate legal disputes. Former executive vice pre......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 01/02/07


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