[H-GEN] Microsoft lost - what now ?

Frank Brand fbrand at uq.net.au
Wed Apr 5 02:33:56 EDT 2000


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On Wed, 05 Apr 2000, you wrote:

> 
> BZZT.  Thanks for playing.  
> 
> There's a neat little provision in the US anti-trust law which
> anticipates robber-barons with bottomless war-chests.   The appeal
> process for antitrust cases bypasses the appeals court and goes
> direcrtly to the Supremes, do not pass go, do not waste 15 years.
> 
> The Judge has handed down his "Findings of Law", but yas not yet
> decided the penalty.  The penalty finding is due some time in the next
> 2 months.
> 
> *Then* the appeals start.


Is that automatic or does if require leave of the courts to allow it. My
impression is that people in the US don't think that is very likely for some
reason.


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Frank Brand
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