Taking a Hard Stance on Microsoft

Lawyer Thomas Vinje talks about why the industry group he represents is going after the software giant to create "a level playing field"

Thomas Vinje, a partner in the Brussels office of multinational law firm Clifford Chance, has been crossing swords with Microsoft (MSFT) for at least 16 years. In 1989 the San Francisco law firm of Morrison & Foerster dispatched him to Brussels to represent such clients as Fujitsu and NCR (NCR) on emerging software copyright law in the European Union.

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