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Novell v. Microsoft Oral Argument Tentatively Scheduled for Week of March 22nd
Saturday, January 01 2011 @ 12:46 AM EST

The Novell v. Microsoft appeal in the litigation regarding WordPerfect has now been tentatively scheduled, and it will be in March. If you were planning to attend, please note this change:
12/30/2010 - 41 - CASE TENTATIVELY CALENDARED for oral argument during the 3/22/11 - 3/25/11 argument session. Notify Clerk's Office of any scheduling conflict by: 01/10/2011 [10-1482] (JLC)
If either side can't make it, they'll alter it again, but it won't likely be any earlier. So stay tuned for any tweaks in the schedule. It would not surprise me, though, if the case settles before March, assuming the patent sale to the Microsoft consortium goes forward. Originally, I posted this quickly, thinking it was about SCO's second appeal of its Novell loss in Utah. Sorry for any confusion. My excuse is that it was New Year's eve.


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