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Microsoft's crowded court calendar

The company's legal eagles have a busy December ahead as it tries to push through settlements of public and private U.S. antitrust cases and a European probe.

The company's legal eagles have a busy December ahead as it tries to push through settlements of public and private U.S. antitrust cases and a European probe.

Legal dates dot Microsoft's calendar
December court hearings and legal filings underscore an aggressive strategy by Microsoft to garner at the settlement table what it failed to achieve in court: victory.
November 28, 2001 
Apple joins critics of Microsoft deal
The company joins a chorus of critics attacking a proposed settlement that would let Microsoft give schools up to $1 billion in free software, training and services.
November 27, 2001 
Microsoft eyes European settlement
The company says it is interested in settling European Commission allegations that it violated antitrust laws on the continent.
November 27, 2001 
Horns locked over school-charity deal
A federal judge hears arguments regarding a controversial civil-case settlement proposal. The sides spar over the likely benefits to the education sector.
November 27, 2001 

previous coverage
Deal may put Microsoft at head of the class
update A proposed settlement agreement to donate millions of dollars' worth of technology to schools could give the software maker a chance to erode Apple's position in education.
November 21, 2001 
Microsoft cuts another antitrust deal
update A proposal to dismiss more than 100 private cases shows the company poised for a victory at the settlement table--one it might not have been able to achieve in the courtroom.
November 20, 2001