This page presents information and analysis on the latest legal battles between Microsoft and the U.S. Department of Justice ("DOJ"). These disputes are of crucial importance to the future of the internet, the personal computers industry, and high technology industries in general.
There are currently two cases of the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice against Microsoft. The latest one was filed on May 18, 1998. The older one was filed in October 1997. The analysis below focuses on the latest case.
My Earlier Analysis of US v. MS
The Microsoft Antitrust Case (Discussion Paper)
The Microsoft Antitrust Case: Rejoinder (Discussion Paper)
Brief for Appellees United States and the State Plaintiffs - Final Version
Microsoft's Appeal Brief
Microsoft's Jurisdictional Statement to the Supreme Court of the United States
Court Stays Final Judgment, Sends Microsoft Case to Supreme Court
Appeals Court Sets Schedule to Hear Microsoft's Motion to Stay Business Restrictions Pending Appeal
Motion of Appellant Microsoft Corporation for a Stay of the Judgment Pending Appeal (for DOJ)
Motion For a Stay Of The Judgment Pending Appeal (for States)
Memorandum and Order on the Court's Final Judgment
Proposed Final Judgment
Findings of Fact
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