No telling what’s going to happen in the Microsoft anti-trust case. Dennis Corgill has spent a lifetime studying anti-trust law, part of it at the University of Missouri in Kansas City. Even he doesn’t know what’s going to happen. Corgill doesn’t think a breakup is a foregone conclusion. He thinks Microsoft has a fighting chance during the appeals process because judges have been slow in the past to break-up especially successful companies. In some ways, he thinks the appeals will be the trickiest part. Federal judges will have to predict whether a breakup will help or hurt consumers far into the future. Corgill taught at UMKC from 1986 to 1992 and is past anti-trust lawyer with the Justice Department.