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Groklaw: Friday's Interim Deadline--What Not to Expect

Oct 25, 2005, 18:15 (0 Talkback[s])


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"As you know, Friday is an interim deadline for the parties in SCO v. IBM to lay their cards on the table in discovery regarding allegedly infringed code. Or more specifically, as you can see on the IBM Timeline page, it's listed as the 'Interim Deadline for Parties to Disclose with Specificity All Allegedly Misused Material Identified to Date and to Update Interrogatory Responses Accordingly.' The very thought of SCO having to disclose anything with specificity at last has us all drooling, I know, and I've seen some high hopes that finally SCO will have to present its evidence and reveal to the world what code is allegedly infringed by IBM.

"Wait a second, guys. This is The SCO Group we are talking about here. SCO's middle name is delay..."

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