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Appeals Court Judge Sets Dates for Oral Arguments in Microsoft Case

The Cutting Edge | TECHNOLOGY BRIEFS

October 12, 2000|Associated Press

A federal appellate court set oral arguments in the Microsoft antitrust case for Feb. 26-27, splitting the difference between what the government and the company proposed. The computer software giant is appealing a District Court ruling that would split it into two companies. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia also ordered that the company's first brief be filed by Nov. 27, with the government's reply due Jan. 12. The company's rebuttal is due Jan. 29.

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