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SCO Asks Judge To Give Them the Unix Copyright

April 28th, 2010 04:37 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Raul654 writes “In March, the jury in the Novell/SCO case found that Novell owns the copyright to Unix. Now, SCO’s lawyers have asked judge Ted Stewart to order Novell to turn over the Unix copyright to them. ‘SCO contends the jury did not answer the specific issue before Stewart that involves a legal principle called “specific performance,” under which a party can ask a court to order another party to fulfill an aspect of an agreement.’” Over at Groklaw, PJ is deep into a community project to annotate SCO’s filing. It’s for the benefit of future historians, but it makes amusing reading now.

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