Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly extended the deadline for both sides in the Microsoft antitrust case, presumably due to recent terrorist events in the United States. Originally, both Microsoft and the US Government were to have filed briefs today outlining their suggestions for the remedy phase of the trial; they now have until Tuesday. Both sides had asked for an extension Wednesday.
Despite the initial delay, the next phase--a joint status report due September 21--is still on. And of course, Microsoft is still trying to get the attention of the Supreme Court, with a filing earlier this week in which it once again asked the higher court to bypass the Appellate Court through out the entire verdict against it.
News source: Win Informant