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Utah Bench Trial Set for April 29 in SCO v. Novell
Friday, January 11 2008 @ 01:42 PM EST

Here you go, the docket entry:
484 - NOTICE OF HEARING: (Notice generated by Kim Jones)
4-day Bench Trial set for 4/29/2008 08:30 AM in Room 220 before Judge Dale A. Kimball. Any motions for summary judgment filed will be heard at the time of trial.(kmj) (Entered: 01/11/2008)

So four days. Make your plans. Get your plane tickets. This is center ring in the Big Tent.

There are some sealed filings as well. Here are the filings:

482 - Filed: 12/21/2007
Entered: 12/26/2007
Sealed Document
Docket Text: **SEALED DOCUMENT** Memorandum in Support of Novell's [478] MOTION for Summary Judgment on Novell's Fourth Claim for Relief filed by Counter Claimant Novell, Inc., Defendant Novell, Inc. (original not scanned). (jwt)

483 - Filed: 12/21/2007
Entered: 12/26/2007
Sealed Document
Docket Text: **SEALED DOCUMENT** Declaration of David E. Melaugh in Support of [478] MOTION for Summary Judgment on Novell's Fourth Claim for Relief filed by Counter Claimant Novell, Inc., Defendant Novell, Inc. (original not scanned). (jwt)

So the notice is telling us also that this Novell motion will be argued at trial, no doubt the first major part. If you've forgotten what it's about, Novell asks for a declaration that SCO was without authority to enter into the SCOsource licenses. Any of them. So far, it is the only summary judgment motion that has been filed since Judge Dale Kimball asked the parties if they wished to file any in response to his ruling of August 10, the ruling that shook SCO's world.


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