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Trial set to determine what SCO owes Novell

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 6 years ago

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BobB-nw (666) writes "Novell will head to court this April to find out what it is owed, if anything, by SCO, which had been trying to earn royalties from Unix code it did not own. The four-day trial before Federal Judge Dale Kimball, who issued a ruling in Novell's favor Aug. 10, 2007 over ownership of Unix and UnixWare copyrights, could spell the final death blow for SCO. SCO's undoing has come from its own bravado and strategy to focus on lawsuits instead of product development."
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