WASHINGTON — As cross-examinations go, this one got off to a rockystart.

Richard Pepperman II, a 35-year-old Sullivan & Cromwell partnerdefending Microsoft against government charges of antitrust violations,had theunenviable task of questioning Garry Norris of IBM Corp. Mr. Norris istheonly witness in the government’s antitrust trial against Microsoft Corp.totestify in court about how the software giant bullies personal computermakers.

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