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In July 1999, the US Federal District Judge, Thomas Penfield Jackson, had to determine whether, as alleged by the US Department of Justice, Microsoft had monopolized the supply of personal computer operating systems. The trial, initially anticipated to take two months from its beginning date, created two million pages of documentation and had continued for eight months.

Judge Jackson had to decidewhat remedial measures he should order to be executed, if he reasoned that Microsoft had violated the Sherman Antitrust Act as charged. However he determined the complicated problems before him, his view would need to be "bulletproof," for the losing party would almost surely appeal to the United States Supreme Court. HKS Case Amount 1522.0

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PUBLICATION DATE: August 01, 1999

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