Groklaw: Now SCO Objects to Judge Wells' November 30th Order Too
Dec 16, 2006, 13:00 (2 Talkback[s])
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"SCO has also now filed an objection to Judge Wells' November
30th order, SCO's Objection to the Magistrate Judge's Decision on
IBM's Motion to Confine or at least they've filed a kind of notice,
saying that they will file the actual papers within ten days of her
written order, which isn't filed yet. When she ruled from the
bench, she told SCO if they didn't like her order, they could take
it up with Judge Kimball, and they are.
"We also have SCO's redacted memorandum in support of its
request for reconsideration of the November 29th order. I think I
could sum it up like this: SCO doesn't think Judge Kimball de
novo'd enough. They want an evidentiary hearing and they'd like to
redepose four IBM programmers..."