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Novell's Rule 26 Pretrial Disclosures--Update: SCO's Too

Aug 03, 2007, 15:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Pamela Jones)

"Novell has filed its Rule 26 Pretrial Disclosures. What's that? It's required by Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 26 that the parties tell in advance what witnesses, depositions, and exhibits or documents they expect to use at trial. SCO will have to file similarly, but I gather from Novell's wording that they haven't finished fighting about discovery issues yet, so neither party's lists will be carved in stone. Here are Novell's lists. Novell tells the court this about outstanding discovery matters:

"Novell notes that: SCO recently produced over 1,000 pages of third-party production SCO claims is relevant to this litigation; expert discovery is not complete; the parties have various evidentiary and summary judgment motions pending; and the parties are continuing to meet and confer regarding certain outstanding discovery issues. Novell therefore reserves the right to supplement or otherwise modify these disclosures..."

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