ELIGIBLE GOVERNMENT ENTITIES IN CALIFORNIA MAY NOW REDEEM THEIR MICROSOFT ANTITRUST SETTLEMENT BENEFITS.
EACH ELIGIBLE ENTITY MUST REDEEM AT LEAST $500 OF THEIR SETTLEMENT BENEFITS BY APRIL 21, 2008.
Letters have been sent to state and local government entities in California notifying them of their share
of the $70 million class action settlement resolving certain antitrust claims against Microsoft
Corporation. Each eligible entity may designate one or more people who are authorized to redeem its
settlement benefits for cash by submitting proof of its purchases (made anytime between June 23, 2006 and
April 13, 2012) of any brand of desktop, laptop or tablet computers, printers, scanners, monitors,
keyboards, pointing devices (e.g. mouse or trackball) or any non-custom software for such hardware created
by any software publisher for use on any operating system platform.
Each eligible entity must redeem at least $500 of their settlement benefits by April 21, 2008 or else the
unredeemed portion of that $500 will be reallocated to other members of the settlement class.
remaining settlement balance must be redeemed by April 13, 2012.
Authorized personnel for the government entities that appear on the Eligible Class Member List
may check the balance of
their entity's unredeemed settlement benefits and view a statement of its past redemption activity by
clicking on this Login
Additional information about the settlement may be found in the links on the left side of this web page or
by calling the court appointed Settlement Administrator at 1-888-576-6535, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m.
through 4:30 p.m. (Pacific Time).
Information on this page last updated on 08/21/2007.