Joel Grosberg was quoted in a June 26 article published by Red Herring regarding Google's request to a federal judge for intervention in the Microsoft anti-trust settlement with the U.S. that is set to expire in November. Mr. Grosberg spoke about Google's legal strategy and it's attempt to limit Microsoft's business. "It's quite common for competitors to use the government or make anti-trust complaints to attempt to gain some competitive advantage in the market or make it more difficult to compete. It's not unusual in that (Google) is doing it. It is unusual in making it a public dispute rather than a private one," Mr. Grosberg said.