U.S. Antitrust Case: Trial and Appeal

Legal Newsroom Archive: Antitrust Case (U.S.): Trial and Appeal

November 2001

Press Release: Statement by Microsoft on Settlement of State Antitrust Claims
Nov. 06, 2001

Press Release: Microsoft Signs Consent Decree with U.S. Government to Settle Antitrust Case
Nov. 02, 2001

June 2001

U.S. Court of Appeals Opinion
June 28, 2001

October 2000

Why Does Microsoft Charge So Little for Windows? – Bernard Reddy, David S. Evans, and Albert L. Nichols
Oct. 16, 2000

Integrating New PC Software – Kenneth G. Elzinga and David E. Mills
Oct. 16, 2000

Integrating New Features into the PC Operating System – Steven J. Davis, Jack MacCrisken, and Kevin M. Murphy
Oct. 16, 2000

Copyright, Licensing, and the “First Screen” – Ronald A. Cass
Oct. 16, 2000

August 1999

Microsoft Submits Proposed Findings of Fact
Aug. 10, 1999

December 1998

A Case of Trial in Error: The Microsoft Antitrust Lawsuit
Dec. 07, 1998

November 1998

Bill Neukom Nov. 24, 1998 AM Statement at Court
Nov. 24, 1998

Microsoft Comments on Potential Deal Between Netscape, AOL, Sun
Nov. 23, 1998

October 1998

Economic Experts Challenge Underlying Assumptions in Government’s Case
Oct. 16, 1998

August 1998

Press Release: Microsoft Asks Court to Dismiss Government Lawsuit
Aug. 10, 1998

December 1997

Press Release: Microsoft Seeks Revocation of “Special Master” Process to Ensure Complete Fairness in DOJ Case
Dec. 23, 1997

Press Release: DOJ’s Request for New Court Order Shows that Internet Explorer is an Integrated Feature of Windows
Dec. 23, 1997

Press Release: Microsoft Appeals Preliminary Injunction
Dec. 15, 1997

November 1997

Press Release: Microsoft Files Response to Department of Justice Petition
Nov. 11, 1997

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