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PR: Statement from SCO on the December 5, 2003 Court Hearing

Dec 10, 2003, 15:00 (13 Talkback[s])


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On Friday, December 5, lawyers from SCO and IBM met with Magistrate Judge Brooke Wells at a hearing to compel evidence. SCO's intention going into this hearing was to gain access to the Sequent Dynix code and IBM's AIX code. On December 4, the night before the hearing, IBM provided SCO and its lawyers with the Sequent Dynix code.

At the December 5 hearing, Judge Wells ordered SCO to provide additional details involving the code that SCO had already provided to IBM. As Judge Wells indicated at the hearing, both parties want the other to produce specific code first. To get matters moving, she asked SCO to go first. Judge Wells also ordered that on January 23rd, she will determine whether to compel IBM to provide the additional requested code from the AIX operating system if it has not already been produced by that date.

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