Novell seeks summary judgment on SCO's IP license revenue

  • Novell has asked for a partial summary judgment that it is entitled to 95% of SCO Group's intellectual property license revenue in a move that could derail the controversial Unix vendor's legal battles.

    Waltham, Massachusetts-based Novell and Lindon, Utah-based SCO are involved in a long-running slander of title case to decide who owns the copyrights to the UnixWare operating system and Unix System V code base.

    Read the complete story here. (CBR)

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