Who Suffered Antitrust Injury in the the Microsoft Case?

Who Suffered Antitrust Injury in the Microsoft Case?, 69 George Washington L. Rev. 829 (2001)

George Washington Law Review, Vol. 69, 2001

31 Pages Posted: 30 May 2009

See all articles by John E. Lopatka

John E. Lopatka

The Pennsylvania State University (University Park) – Penn State Law

William H. Page

University of Florida - Levin College of Law

Date Written: May 29, 2009

Abstract

This article, published in 2001, shortly after the D.C. Circuit's decision in the Microsoft case, considers which classes of plaintiffs might have suffered antitrust injury as a result of Microsoft's illegal conduct. We suggest that consumers, computer manufacturers, and competitors, particularly Netscape, would all face significant challenges in proving that they were harmed either by an illegal overcharge or by inefficiently exclusionary conduct.

Keywords: antitrust, Microsoft, monopolization, antitrust injury, damages

JEL Classification: I41, l42, K21, K41, K42

Suggested Citation

Lopatka, John E. and Page, William Hepburn, Who Suffered Antitrust Injury in the the Microsoft Case? (May 29, 2009). Who Suffered Antitrust Injury in the Microsoft Case?, 69 George Washington L. Rev. 829 (2001); George Washington Law Review, Vol. 69, 2001. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1411783

John E. Lopatka

The Pennsylvania State University (University Park) – Penn State Law ( email )

Lewis Katz Building
University Park, PA 16802
United States

William Hepburn Page (Contact Author)

University of Florida - Levin College of Law ( email )

P.O. Box 117625
Gainesville, FL 32611-7625
United States

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