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Legal: Judge to SCO on Daimler-Chrysler Suit: Beat It.
Posted Jul 21, 2004 - 12:36 PM
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via the mightly growlaw: "What they are telling me is that DaimlerChrysler's motion for summary disposition was granted in all particulars except one, which is whether they replied fast enough or should have done so within 30 days. What that means is SCO's action against DC is over in all meaningful senses. I can't believe they will wish to spend the money to litigate over something so trivial with no conceivable damages or useful relief, even if they were to prevail, and I doubt they could anyhow. Still, this is SCO, so we will have to wait and see. But the most significant thing is, they can't do discovery the way they seemed to hope to be able to do. How much discovery do you need to do about being 30 days late? The bottom line is they were, by both accounts, trounced and trounced good."
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