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What's Left?--A Chart of the Summary Judgment Rulings in SCO v Novell

Aug 13, 2007, 14:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Pamela Jones)

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"The court's rulings on the numerous summary judgment motions in SCO v. Novell are in a document that is long and complex, and I'm still reading and analyzing it myself. We've grasped the big picture, that SCO is toast, but what's left to go to trial? There will be a trial starting on September 17, but it appears it will mostly (but not all) be about what SCO owes Novell. Novell's slander of title counterclaim goes to trial, for example, but SCO's does not.

"To help us get beyond just the overview, Feldegast has done a chart showing what the decision was on each summary judgment motion and what claim or counterclaim it connects to. I've put urls to the documents in his chart so we can connect the dots. And below the chart, I've made a list of what each claim or counterclaim is about. The chart is in the order that Judge Dale Kimball listed them in his conclusion..."

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