"For those of you waiting for word on scheduling from the Utah
court, we now have life.
"Judge Dale Kimball, the judge presiding over SCO v. Novell,
which was just sent back to him when the Bankruptcy Court in
Delaware lifted the automatic stay, has issued an order. He'd like
the parties to tell him what's left, can any of it be handled by
summary judgment, and does the subtraction of the constructive
trust issue mean the trial will be shorter. Any other matters
they'd like to tell him about in the joint statement he leaves to
their discretion. And he'd like to know by the 13th. Their answers
will impact how soon he can schedule the trial, but he's interested
in doing so as soon as possible.
"As you know, since they've told us so since 2003, SCO can't
wait to have its day in court. So I'm sure they will be
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