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The CMA shall not be provided with the disclosure made between the other parties in these proceedings, but the CMA has liberty to apply for inspection of any such document.

Consent order in relation to the establishment of a confidentiality ring.

Claim for damages brought by JJH Enterprises Limited against (1) Microsoft Corporation, (2) Microsoft Limited and (3) Microsoft Ireland Operations Limited in respect of alleged breaches of section 18 of the Competition Act 1998 (the “1998 Act”), Article 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (“TFEU”) and/or Article 54 of the Agreement on the European Economic Area (the “EEA Agreement”) and alleged breaches of section 2 of the 1998 Act, Article 101 TFEU and/or Article 53 of the EEA Agreement regarding the sale of software licences.

Microsoft's tussle with ValueLicensing over perpetual licensing terms has taken another turn after the software reseller asked the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) to strike out parts of Redmond's amended defense.

In a David and Goliath-style confrontation, a software reseller has thrown down the gauntlet at Microsoft’s feet, challenging the tech behemoth in a titanic £270 million ($343 million) antitrust lawsuit. The accusation? Microsoft, the Goliath of the tech world, stands accused of employing its colossal might to squash the thriving market for reselling its software licenses.