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Dear BS&F... I think you misfiled...
Thursday, March 22 2007 @ 09:36 AM EDT

Just a quick shout out to BS&F: I think you filed a document in the SCO v. IBM category that actually belongs in the SCO v. Novell category:
998 - Filed: 03/16/2007 Entered: 03/20/2007
Sealed Document
Docket Text: **SEALED DOCUMENT** REPLY MEMORANDUM in Support of Cross Motion for Partial Summary Judgment on Novell's Fourth Counterclaim filed by Plaintiff SCO Group. (blk)

Well, who can keep track of all this paperwork? It could be a clerk's error, but if not, you probably need to fix this. You're welcome.

Update: It turns out they didn't need my help. From Pacer:

1008 - Filed & Entered: 03/21/2007
Modification of Docket
Docket Text: Modification of Docket: Docket entry #998, SCO's Sealed Reply Memorandum was entered by the clerk in the wrong case. Correction: Clerk has modified the docket text and entered this filing in SCO v. Novell, 2:04cv139, as docket #251, re [998] Sealed Document. (blk)




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