Opening Argument In Microsoft Suit Delayed Until Friday

Law360, New York (November 30, 2006, 12:00 AM EST) -- Jurors poised to hear a class action antitrust suit against Microsoft Corp. on Thursday instead spent their time listening to the judge overseeing the case read 371 of 416 jury instructions.

Plaintiffs’ lead counsel Roxanne Conlin will begin her opening argument in the class action antitrust suit Friday, after Judge Scott D. Rosenberg reads the remaining 45 instructions to the jury. The instructions to the jury took up 77 pages.

“A lot of trees had to die for this case,” said a spokesperson for Conlin’s law...
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