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Pacer updates in SCO vs. IBM
Saturday, February 17 2007 @ 07:14 AM EST

There are two memoranda in the SCO-IBM case that will give you something to read this weekend. First there is a redaction of a 200 page SCO memorandum in opposition to IBM's (PSJ) motion for summary judgment on SCO's contract claims; the original was filed in November. Secondly there is a 43-page IBM memorandum in opposition to SCO's Objections to Magistrate Judge's Decision and its Motion to Amend/Correct its December 2005 Submission.

Pacer information:

960 - SCO's Memorandum [SCO v. IBM 872] in Opposition to [780] IBM's Motion for Summary Judgment on SCO's Contract Claims, part 1 of 4 [Filed sealed in 872-875, Redacted in 960] (2006-11-11) Appendix
961 - IBM's Memorandum [SCO v. IBM 961] in Opposition to [913] SCO's Motion to Amend/Correct December 2005 Submission and re: [899] Objection to Magistrate Judge Decision
962 - IBM's Ex Parte Motion [SCO v. IBM 962] for Leave to File Excess Pages for [961] IBM's Memorandum in Opposotion
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