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A federal judge in Texas has sanctioned the attorney of a defendant in one of the RIAA's countless file-sharing lawsuits after the attorney himself requested sanctions for the RIAA's counsel. Not long afterwards, the parties...
Microsoft customers and competitors will tell the European Commission within 10 days if the software giant's latest offer to comply with sanctions is acceptable to them, a Commission spokesman said on Friday. "The Commission will...
The European Commission has suspended sanctions against Microsoft stemming from a ruling that the group had abused its dominant market position. The move came after the world's largest software company appealed against the decision at...
The nine states still pursuing the Microsoft Corp. antitrust case told a federal judge on Friday that they have "long and clearly established" authority to seek their own sanctions against the company. ...