American Bar Association
We applaud Professor Grimes's thoughtful analysis of the D.C. Circuit's decision in United States v. Microsoft (Microsoft III) and of our article. Professor Grimes has entered into precisely the debate that we argued should lay the foundation for the law on tying. In addition, one of Professor Grimes's themes is that the issues of tying law cannot be viewed in isolation but, instead, within a coherent philosophy of antitrust. We agree with him on that principle.
Keith N. Hylton & Michael Salinger,
Reply to Grimes: Illusory Distinctions and Schisms in Tying Law
Antitrust Law Journal
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