Both sides have said publicly they are willing to come to the settlement table in the days following U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson’s stinging decision against Microsoft Corp. But both sides are also plotting their appeals strategies behind the scenes.

In one move, the Justice Department has made a potentially important new hire. But perhaps even more meaningful for Microsoft’s appellate strategists is a little known piece of federal legislation that could end up causing the defendant fits.

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