Ruling upholding EC antitrust penalties against Microsoft [European Court of First Instance]

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Microsoft v. Commission of the European Communities, European Court of First Instance, President Judge Bo Vesterdorf, December 22, 2004 [upholding antitrust penalties against Microsoft previosuly imposed by the European Commission, and ruling that Microsoft did not demonstrate that "it might suffer serious and irreparable damage as a result of the implementation of the contested decision."]. Read the full text of the judgment here. Reported in JURIST's Paper Chase here.

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