It is interesting how much more active Microsoft has become with regard to protecting its intellectual property in the last 5 years.
Safra Catz took the stand after Larry Ellison this evening and appears to have done a vastly better job of being a convincing witness.
Years ago I did a lot of litigation work and covered a number of trials over the last several decades for major media outlets.
One of the historic problems when you put a CEO on the stand is they often feel they are vastly more convincing than they actually are.
In reading through the Intel Consent Decree I’m reminded of both the years I spent interpreting and writing documents like this and how glad I am they are past me.