- Newsmaker: Microsoft: Fallout of Judge Penfield Jackson Being Disqualified - Microsoft's legal saga has taken yet another twist involving the out-of-court behavior of Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson, the judge hearing the case. In a 10-hour interview with New Yorker columnist Ken Auletta, the judge showed unabashed venom for the company he found against, calling their practices similar to those of a drug gang.
- Reporter's Notebook: Courtney Love Challenges Music Industry - Singer Courtney Love has filed a whopping counter suit against her record company, Universal Music, claiming unconscionable and illegal treatment. If successful, she could well redefine the entire recording industry for the next century. Ms. Love's attorney, Barry Capello, breaks the lawsuit down for us.
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