Microsoft Won't Have EU Antitrust Hearing

Law360, New York (May 22, 2009, 12:00 AM EDT) -- A hearing in front of European Union antitrust regulators in a case accusing Microsoft Corp. of violating antitrust laws by bundling the Windows operating system and the Internet Explorer browser will not proceed now that the European Commission has declined to reschedule its dates.

In a statement posted Thursday to the company's “Microsoft on the Issues” site, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel Dan Heiner wrote that the dates the EC selected for the hearing, June 3 to 5, coincided with “the most important worldwide intergovernmental...
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