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Judge Campbell Rules: IBM Stays on Hold; SCO Loses Again

Sep 13, 2010, 16:34 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Judge Tena Campbell has today ruled against SCO, who had asked to go forward against IBM in SCO v. IBM, without letting IBM go forward on its most significant claims. "The court declines," her order says, to reopen anything now, because too much depends on what happens in SCO v. Novell, and it doesn't make sense to divide the two cases. Until the US Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit rules on SCO's recently filed appeal of its loss in SCO v. Novell, therefore, the SCO v. IBM case stays closed.

"Here is the order:

"09/10/2010 - 1093 - ORDER: court declines to re-open the case and resolve any motions - when the 10CCA has issued its decision in the Novell litigation (No. 10-4122), either party may move the court to re-open the case. Signed by Judge Tena Campbell on 9/10/10 (alt) (Entered: 09/10/2010)

"Here's Groklaw's report on the status hearing where this matter was argued.

"Here's the order as text, the first from Judge Campbell since she was assigned to this case:"

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