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More Filings & a Hearing Set on 2 IBM Summary Judgment Motions for Dec. 9
Friday, August 27 2004 @ 07:24 PM EDT

More, more, more. First, a hearing is set for Judge Kimball to hear oral argument on December 9 at 2:30 on the IBM Motion for Partial Summary Judgment on its Counterclaim for Copyright Infringement (8th Counterclaim) and its Motion for Partial Summary Judgment on its Breach of Contract Claims.

Update: I misread the date, and I was thinking European or something. Sorry for the confusion. My mom had surgery yesterday, and she's doing really well, but I'm a bit tired and plenty distracted.

Both sides have filed more documents:

The schedule on the other motions, as best I can make out, goes like this: On Sept. 14, you have IBM's Motion to Strike the Declaration of Christopher Sontag and SCO's Motion to Compel Discovery before Judge Wells. That's SCO's motion in their eternal quest to see all of IBM's AIX code throughout the ages. Then on Sept. 15 you have SCO's Motion to Dismiss or Stay IBM's 10th Counterclaim.


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