Thursday, October 8, 2009

What happens if courts move more slowly than the economy?

You get remedies that don't matter:
"Things change so quickly that you're litigating a case that might be a year, two, three years old, and nobody cares about it now because we're on to completely new and different issues," Froeb said.

The landscape has changed significantly for the industry. Internet Explorer has already lost significant share to Mozilla's Firefox browser. Many, including Microsoft, have raised concerns about Google's monopoly in online search, and regulators in the U.S. and in Europe are examining a proposed Oracle-Sun merger and the Microsoft-Yahoo partnership.

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