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October 20, 1998 
Microsoft lawyer John Warden (on steps) leaves the U.S. District Court in Washington on the second day... 
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MICROSOFT LAWYER WARDEN LEAVES FEDERAL COURTHOUSE. 
Microsoft lawyer John Warden (on steps) leaves the U.S. District Court in Washington on the second day of the government's antitrust lawsuit against his company, October 20. Microsoft rejected government accusations it had acted illegally in its bid to defeat competitors, telling the federal judge presiding over the hearing that antitrust laws did not compel it to go soft on its rivals. "The antitrust laws are not a code of civility in business," Warden said.

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