Over the years courts have made rulings that in hindsight turned out to be wrong or at least misguided.
The easy examples are some of the earlier rulings on slavery and civil rights but maybe more relevent are some of the patent rulings.
Many here have stated that some of the patent rulings were wrong because the courts do not have the technical knowledge to make a proper ruling.
The basis of the US decision against MS was that Netscape was destroyed by Microsoft's OS monopoly.
But those of us around then know that Netscape destroyed themselves with a horrible version 6 just when MS put out a decent browser.
The success of Firefox and now Chrome show that Microsoft's OS monopoly does not help them when faced with credible competition.
Personal attacks tend to weaken a posters argument.