District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson has ordered reporters for four news organizations to disclose who in the government might have given derogatory information to them about Wen Ho Lee, a former nuclear weapons scientist one the chief suspect in an espionage case.
What does TPJ stand for?
TPJ stands for Thomas Penfield Jackson (US District Judge)
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- Tribunal Penal International pour l'ex-Yougoslavie
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- Tomorrow Party of Japan (politics)
- Tube & Pipe Journal
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- Tampines Junior College (Tampines, Singapore)
- Two-Party Joint Military Commission (US Army)
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- Tang Pui King Memorial College (Hong Kong)
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- TechnologiePark Köln (Technology Park, Cologne, Germany)
- The People's Key (Bright Eyes album)
Samples in periodicals archive:
District Court Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson, who ruled in November 1999 that Microsoft violated antitrust laws, issued an order in 2000 that the company be split into two separate firms -- one handling the Microsoft Windows operating system and the other for other personal computer applications.
The company had argued in its appeal to the Supreme Court that the original ruling in the case, handed down last year by District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson, was tainted because of his misconduct after the trial.
But the ruling by US District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson was not the last word in a case that could define the limits of hi-tech companies.
As expected, in April Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson ruled that Microsoft is a monopoly and that the company used its influence illegally.
In a sweeping verdict against the empire that Bill Gates built, US District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson said Microsoft violated the Sherman Act and "placed an oppressive thumb" on the competition to effectively guarantee dominance.
US District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson awards former hostage Terry Anderson and his family more than US$341m in damages in his lawsuit alleging that Iran was behind his 1985 kidnapping in Lebanon.
Microsoft president Steven Ballmer sees Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson, who heard the case without a jury, as an outsider to the high-tech culture.