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Groklaw: SCO Loses Motion to Bifurcate--SCO Motion to Delay Partly Denied, Partly Granted

Jun 11, 2004, 16:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"There is no moss growing on the Honorable Dale Kimball. Now comes word that SCO's Motion to Bifurcate the patent claims has also been denied without prejudice to renew after all dispositive motions have been decided. That is what IBM said made sense to do, wait until it is clear what is actually going to trial. Personally, I am guessing that would be nothing. What a waste of time it was to even bring this motion now. Perhaps that was the purpose.

"On SCO's Motion to Amend the Scheduling Order, in which SCO asked for delays (not IBM, despite McBride's comments during the teleconference Thursday that it was IBM delaying), the judge said that because IBM's 14 counterclaims were added after the original scheduling order was set, and because he is denying SCO's motion to separate the patent claims, he is giving them a bit more time..."

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