Newsletter No. 12
TOP COURT BACKS MICROSOFT APPEALS COURT GETS CASE
The Supreme Court sided 8-1 with Microsoft, agreeing that a federal appeals court should hear the software firm's appeal of antitrust vialations. The Justice Department wanted the Supreme Court to bypass that step and begin arguments this winter. Microsoft is seeking to overturn a court order that the company be split in two. The judge postpond enforcement during Microsoft's appeal.
Side: take sides, support Antitrust vilation: violation of exclusivity To bypass: ignore, ignore Enforcement: enforcement
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Sample document translation:
US Supreme Court SUPPORTS MICROSOFT'S POINT; THE COURT OF APPEARANCE TRIED THIS CLAUSE
The Supreme Court upheld Microsoft's position 8-1 and agreed that a federal appeals court should consider the software company's appeal of proprietary violations. The Justice Department wants the Supreme Court to skip that step and begin hearing the case this winter. Microsoft is seeking to reverse a court order that ordered the company to split in two. The judge adjourned the execution of the sentence while Microsoft appealed.
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