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Davy McKee Corp, a construction engineering firm with offices in Chicago and eight other cities, has agreed a settlement of $300,000 with the Software Publishers Association representing Lotus Development Corp, Software Publishing Corp and WordPerfect Corp, which accused it of illegally copying software.
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