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Experts: Sun lawsuit reaches too far

Legal experts describe Sun's lawsuit against Microsoft as very aggressive and expansive, going well beyond anything pursued by federal and state trustbusters.

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In filing an antitrust lawsuit, Sun Microsystems says it's partly trying to stop the software giant from using .Net to set up "Microsoft-controlled choke points to Internet access." Legal experts say the suit may be overreaching. Experts: Sun lawsuit reaches too far
Legal experts describe Sun Microsystems' lawsuit against Microsoft as very aggressive and expansive, going well beyond anything pursued by federal and state trustbusters.
March 11, 2002 
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FAQ: Sun's suit against Microsoft
What are the details of the private antitrust suit, and what is Sun seeking? The answers to these questions can help clarify the case and what will happen next.
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Excerpts from Sun's suit against Microsoft
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