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In the days following federal Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson’s sweeping findings of fact in the Microsoft antitrust case Nov. 5 (1 ECLW 81, 11/8/99), reactions in the computer industry, the press, and the legal community have struck every note from dismay to celebration. But there are a few common themes in the aftermath of the findings of fact — notably confusion and concern as to what the court-imposed remedies may be if, as now seems likely when the court reaches its legal conclusions some time in the first half of 2000, Microsoft is found to have abused its monopoly position in the operating-systems market in violation of American antitrust law.

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