Both the government and the Microsoft Corporation have rested their cases in what is arguably one of the most important anti-trust trials of the century. Diane and her guests talk about the lengthy proceedings: the effectiveness of the prosecution and the defense, what precedents this case could set, and how it is already affecting the information technology industry.


  • William Kovacic Antitrust law professor at George Washington University
  • Mark Schechter Former deputy director of operations for the Justice Department, Antitrust Division, and attorney with Howrey & Simon, an antitrust firm
  • Jonathan Zuck Exec. dir of Assoc. for Competitive Technology


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