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DOJ wants Microsoft back in court

The government's call to get Microsoft back on the stand could put a cramp in the software giant's plans to get Windows XP on shelves without trouble.

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New Mexico defends Microsoft settlement
Patricia Madrid, New Mexico attorney general

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Will licensing changes clear XP?
Emmett Stanton, antitrust lawyer, Fenwick & West
The government's call to get Microsoft back on the stand could put a cramp in the software giant's plans to get Windows XP on shelves without trouble. Government seeks to speed Microsoft case
update The action could be a sign that the government will seek some kind of injunction before Windows XP ships in October.
July 13 
New Mexico drops out of Microsoft suit
update As part of the agreement to drop the case, New Mexico will receive reimbursement from Microsoft for legal fees and other costs incurred during the case.
July 12 
Microsoft concessions considered meager
news analysis Though more lax licensing requirements may seem monumental, Microsoft has left plenty of room to retract the changes through other arrangements.
July 12