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SCO Motion for More Exclusivity Denied, the March MORs, and A Proposed Amicus in the Novell Appeal

Apr 23, 2009, 20:03 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Pamela Jones)

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"In the appeal of SCO v. Novell, there are some events to note as well. There is a request to file an amicus brief by Wayne Gray. Yes, that Wayne Gray. The iNUX trademark guy. To help you contextualize, the Middle District of Florida's Tampa Division recently granted motions on summary judgment brought by X/Open and Novell in the Gray v. Novell et al iNUX/UNIX trademark litigation, tossing out all 11 claims in Gray's complaint. The Order [PDF] also denied Gray's summary judgment motion.

"Here's the denial of SCO's extension of exclusivity deadline in the bankruptcy, before we get to the appeal:

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