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Subject:

fyi, FC: Judge Richard Posner to mediate Microsoft antitrust case

From:

Curt Priest <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

Community and Civic Network discussion list <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Mon, 22 Nov 1999 13:52:25 EST

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Hearing the proposal to have the Microsoft antitrust judgment
put to mediation, I wondered how a single mediator could
rightly deal with all the issues, what parts of Microsoft
might own what intellectual property when they are through.

Now, reading this, I have even a greater that this route will
provide justice and restore healthy competition.

Regards,

Curt Priest


--------- Begin forwarded message ----------
From: Declan McCullagh <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: FC: Judge Richard Posner to mediate Microsoft antitrust case
Date: Sat, 20 Nov 1999 09:28:53 -0500
Message-ID: <[log in to unmask]>

The Microsoft trial took an interesting turn yesterday when Judge Jackson
asked Judge Posner to mediate:
  http://washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A24943-1999Nov19.html
  http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A25033-1999Nov19.html

Jackson also asked Larry Lessig to file an amicus brief summarizing what
he
thought of Microsoft's actions.

Posner is a very respected jurist but also controversial, as the excerpts
from the cyberia list below may demonstrate.

-Declan

********

>Date:         Fri, 19 Nov 1999 18:29:07 -0500
>From: Paul Gowder <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject:      Re: Posner to mediate US v. Microsoft
>
>At 05:45 PM 11/19/99 -0500, [log in to unmask] wrote:
>>Judge Jackson appointed Judge Richard Posner to serve as mediator in
the
>>antitrust litigation.  I cannot imagine a better choice.
>
>Greaaatt... Satan the Economist who hasn't learned anything about
economics
>since the 50's but writes an endless stream of books advocating the sale
of
>babies is now playing a vital role in the future of the software
industry.
>I am now a luddite.
>
>I once heard an urban-legendy rumor that Posner was one of the
inspirations
>for Mr. Burns, on the Simpsons.
>
>        -Paul


>Date:         Fri, 19 Nov 1999 18:37:32 -0500
>From: Paul Gowder <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject:      Re: Posner to mediate US v. Microsoft
>
>At 06:23 PM 11/19/99 -0500, [log in to unmask] wrote:
>>How about some background on Posner for us layman?
>
>
>Posner -- asshole chief judge of the Seventh Circuit.  One of the most
>prominent "law and economics" morons.  Although his economic analysis is
>less sophisticated than that of your average barfly juggling covers and
>free drinks.  Also teaches at Chicago.  Very conservative.  Would have
>probably been nominated to the Supreme Court by the Reagan-Bush
>misadministrations (some claim) had he not published a law review
article
>suggesting that it might be "efficient" to have an adoption market --
>selling babies.  A very bad man.  Possibly the person I hate most in the
>legal profession.  I'm surprised, given his 1950's style economics, that
>he'd have anything to do with antitrust law.  Altogether, a very evil
man.


>Date:         Fri, 19 Nov 1999 14:57:05 -0900
>From: "Daniel J. Boone" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject:      Re: Posner to mediate US v. Microsoft
>
>Alternative views exist.
>
>Posner -- possibly the single most respected member of the federal
juciary
>below the supreme court level.  Probably a genius, certainly a polymath.
>Possesses, or at least demonstrates, the best economic understanding of
anyone
>currently writing in legal academia.  Understands, and is a powerful
advocate
>for, the positive social uses of free markets.  Feared and hated by
liberals,
>socialists, and statists, because he skewers, effectively, the
liberal/orthodox
>view that government regulation can cure social ills.  A great jurist, a
fine
>professor, an adequate economist, and a pretty good writer.
>
>And, apparently, touchstone for identifying worldviews of cyberia
posters.
>
>-- Daniel J. Boone
>



>Date:         Fri, 19 Nov 1999 19:30:39 -0500
>From: Declan McCullagh <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject:      Re: Posner to mediate US v. Microsoft
>
>At 18:37 11/19/1999 -0500, Paul Gowder wrote:
>>legal profession.  I'm surprised, given his 1950's style economics,
that
>>he'd have anything to do with antitrust law.  Altogether, a very evil
man.
>
>Not only is Posner a touchstone to identify cyberian worldviews, he
appears
>to be a way to identify lack of manners and knowledge among the same.
>
>Paul might wish to learn that his nemesis wrote "Antitrust Law -- An
>Economic Perspective" over two decades ago and is considered one of the
>fathers of modern antitrust theory, not to mention one of the most cited
>judges in US legal history.
>
>That book laid the groundwork for focusing on "consumer harm" in
antitrust,
>which not-so-coincidentally the appeals court zeroed in on when slapping
>down Jackson's earlier ruling.
>
>Posner may well be a terrible, fabulous, or simply uninteresting person
--
>I don't know him -- but it would seem to make sense to first learn
>something about someone you're frothily namecalling "evil" and "Satan."
>
>-Declan


>Date:         Fri, 19 Nov 1999 20:23:39 -0500
>From: Paul Gowder <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject:      Re: Posner to mediate US v. Microsoft
>To: [log in to unmask]
>
>Declan  wrote:
>>Paul might wish to learn that his nemesis wrote "Antitrust Law -- An
>>Economic Perspective" over two decades ago and is considered one of the
>>fathers of modern antitrust theory, not to mention one of the most
cited
>>judges in US legal history.
>
>
>Who can keep track of what Posner writes?  He wrote a book on law and
>literature -- does this make him Shakespeare?
>        -Paul



>Date:         Fri, 19 Nov 1999 20:03:46 EST
>From: "Ronald M. St. Marie" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject:      Re: Posner to mediate US v. Microsoft
>
>In a message dated 11/19/1999 4:08:32 PM Pacific Standard Time,
>[log in to unmask] writes:
>
><< It seems unlikely from what I have heard that he will be
> able to work out a settlement that Gates can swallow. >>
>
>My "read" on Posner is that he is likely to approach the case thinking
that
>there is no real antitrust violation -- Big is Beautiful.   He will side
with
>MST.  MST wants to settle and get on with raking the bucks in.  The
>government does not want to bust up Microsoft into baby Bills -- just
too
>controversial, particularly in light of the lack of a public groundswell
for
>this remedy.  My guess is a settlement by Easter, if not earlier.
>
>That's just my opinion; I could be wrong.
>Ronald M. St. Marie, Esq.
>Member
>Chan Law Group lc
>Los Angeles, California



>Date:         Fri, 19 Nov 1999 20:54:32 EST
>From: Steve Middlebrook <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject:      Re: Posner to mediate US v. Microsoft
>
>In a message dated 11/19/99 8:04:01 PM, [log in to unmask] writes:
>
>>My "read" on Posner is that he is likely to approach the case thinking
>>that there is no real antitrust violation -- Big is Beautiful.   He
will
side
>>with MST.
>
>A response that shows little understanding of Posner, Jackson or this
case.
>
>Posner is one of the "big thinkers" in antitrust law.  To reduce him to
"Big
>is Beautiful" is absurd.  Further, why would Judge Jackson, who so many
on
>this list have excoriated for having a bias against MS, appoint a
mediator
>who would immediately side with MS?  Why would he appoint a mediator who
had
>no chance of helping the parties reach settlement?  If Jackson doesn't
favor
>a settlement, why appoint a mediator at all?
>
>Declan noted that Posner was an innovator of ideas of "consumer harm."
My
>guess is that Jackson has made it clear where the case is going legally,
and
>perhaps that includes consumer harm.  Jackson wants assisitance with
what's
>going to be hugely complex issues of first impression with regard to
both
>damages and constructing a remedy that eliminates future harm without
>creating collateral damage.  Not only does the Court have to decide who
>wronged who, when and where, he has to put a dollar figure on it.
Expect
>Posner to help with the heavy lifiting on that task.
>
>Posner is a good choice.  He's demonstrated the ability to juggle big
complex
>economic theories and apply them to real world situations.  Even if you
don't
>like his law and economics approach (and personally it's not my cup of
tea)
>you have to give Posner credit for the ability to lay out the theory,
apply
>to real world facts, and make the conclusions.  Note that in this
matter,
>Posner won't be applying his own personal theories but rather taking the
>guidance Jackson has given the parties and trying to get them to agree
on
>where the law should take them.  You can't deny that he is a solid
jurist
>with a solid reputation regardless of how you feel about his politics.
>
>I take his appointment as a signal that we should expect a large,
complex,
>probably "cutting edge" result in this case (why else would Jackson need
>Posner) rather than some kind of simple, straight out of the book, easy
to
>implement solution.
>
> stm
>


>Date:         Fri, 19 Nov 1999 22:03:18 -0500
>From: "Andrew C. Greenberg" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject:      Re: Posner to mediate US v. Microsoft
>
>>Paul might wish to learn that his nemesis wrote "Antitrust Law -- An
>>Economic Perspective" over two decades ago and is considered one of the
>>fathers of modern antitrust theory, not to mention one of the most
cited
>>judges in US legal history.
>
>Indeed, I found it fascinating that he opted to write in his
>monograph about Cardozo, suggesting as indicia of Judge Cardozo's
>greatness, not the substance of Judge Cardozo's analysis and writing,
>but rather the number of times Cardozo was cited.
>
>Judge Posner's influence is substantial, and he has already written
>more on jurisprudence and economic theory than most people will ever
>read.  He is an excellent writer.
>
>I am not certain, however, that his theories have been touchstones
>for liberal versus conservatism because they are so great,
>fundamental and well-founded.  Rather, I think they are the focus of
>so much attention mostly because they are so conservative.
>
>One will find similar salutary comments directed toward prolific
>writers of the critical legal studies movement from the left, with
>similar pejorative remarks coming from the right.
>
>At the end of the day, the proof is in the pudding.  It is not the
>conclusion at which a writer arrives that determines the worth of his
>or her writing -- it is the substance of her arguments.  (Also, right
>or wrong, did the person tweak your mind in a useful way -- even if
>only to irritate you.)  Don't accept on its face any judgments about
>any social scientist without actually considering the merits of their
>ideas, viewing all judgments about their brilliance or naivete with a
>grain of salt.




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