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Groklaw: SCO/IBM Hearings Continue

Jun 09, 2004, 16:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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First Reports from the SCO v. IBM Hearing

"Frank Sorenson just left the hearing. He'll be writing up more as soon as he can, but the quick bottom line is that Judge Kimball took both motions, the Motion to Bifurcate and the Motion to Amend the Scheduling Order, under advisement. He mentioned the Novell matter and says there should be a ruling within days. One of the new SCO lawyers handled the Motion to Bifurcate the 3 Patent Counterclaims, so that's what he is for..."

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Judge Wells Denies SCO's Motion For Protective Order--Depositions Stay on Schedule

"Judge Wells has denied SCO's Expedited Motion for Protective Order, in which it asked that three depositions be postponed. There was a telephone conference and the docket entry says this:

"'Court hears arguments and DENIES the motion due to lateness of the objection and inconvenience to the parties scheduled for deposition.'

"So much for SCO's 'Let them just go to work instead of to the deposition' breeziness. They lost. No delay..."

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