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Status Conference in AutoZone Sept. 22
Thursday, August 14 2008 @ 10:02 PM EDT

There is a status conference scheduled in AutoZone for Monday, September 22nd at 9 AM. Here's the notice on PACER:
71 - Filed & Entered: 08/14/2008
Minute Order Setting Hearing
Docket Text: MINUTE ORDER IN CHAMBERS of the Honorable Judge Robert C. Jones, on 8/14/2008. By Deputy Clerk: K. Goetsch. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED the parties shall appear before the Court for a Status Conference on Monday, 9/22/2008, at 09:00 AM in LV Courtroom 7D before Judge Robert C. Jones.(no image attached) (Copies have been distributed pursuant to the NEF - KXG)

I don't know if one of the parties is initiating this stirring of the dust in Nevada, or if the judge wants to find out if this moribund case is ever going anywhere, but he may have some questions after reading the parties' status report SCO filed recently. Perhaps he is of the opinion that litigation should have an end, not just a beginning.

Of course, SCO being SCO, they'll do the "but we were only found liable for $3 million" dance, I suppose, and the "we own OpenServer" do-se-do, and OpenServer is part of what AutoZone was allegedly about. So, if you want to review all that, here's SCO's Complaint and Groklaw's AutoZone Timeline, where you can find all the filings, and the article on SCO's Free-OpenServer we recently published.


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