Steve Jobs was a revolutionary. One of the creative geniuses of all time. But did he lead his company into an antitrust violation by forcing consumers to pay more for iPods and prevent the devices from playing songs from rivals’ music stores? That is the issue that a jury is confronting in the iPod antitrust litigation currently underway. Plaintiffs are seeking $350 million in damages, which could be tripled under antitrust law. In this 4-minute interview with the Wall Street Journal, Distinguished Professor Michael Carrier explains the litigation and the effect it could have on Apple.