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Short Take: DOJ names point man on Microsoft case

The Justice Department has hired Jeff Blattner, former chief counsel on the Senate Judiciary Committee, as a special counsel for information technology within its antitrust division. Blattner will coordinate the division's overall policy for the computer and information industries. A New York Times story about his appointment quoted an unnamed Justice official who said Blattner would be the "point man" for the agency's ongoing case against Microsoft.

The Justice Department has hired Jeff Blattner, former chief counsel on the Senate Judiciary Committee, as a special counsel for information technology within its antitrust division. Blattner will coordinate the division's overall policy for the computer and information industries. A New York Times story about his appointment quoted an unnamed Justice official who said Blattner would be the "point man" for the agency's ongoing case against Microsoft.