Intuit has won the Year 2000 lawsuit brought against it for not making version 5 and 6 of its Windows based Quicken desktop financial package and version 6 and 7 of the Mac release Year 2000 compliant.
Judge John Herlihy of the Santa Clara County Superior Court dismissed the class action complaint filed by Alan Issokson, which had claimed that all users of the product were entitled to compensation (see Newswire 15 May 1998).
He said that because no one had experienced any damage from Intuit's products to date, there was no proof that any such damage would take place before Intuit had the chance to fix the problem. Five other similar suits were filed after Issokson's.
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