February 11, 2004
Microsoft lawyer becomes anti-trust watchdog ... sort of...

The American Bar Association is pro-monopoly it would seem, since they have appointed Microsoft associate general counsel Richard J. Wallis chairman of an antitrust panel. Nonsurprisingly the panel is organizing opposition to aggresive enforcement of antitrust law.

Via Tim O'Reilly

Posted by Claus at February 11, 2004 12:53 AM | TrackBack (0)
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