SCO Doubled Down, and Lost Again
After seven-plus years, four trials, a verdict, and an appeal, SCO has once more proven to be a great big, fat
in their own shell-game they tried to play against Novell.
First, a judge told them they had no case, and now a jury has done the same. That’s twice that SCO got their “day in court” to tell what they thought Amendment 2 of the Asset Purchase Agreement was “supposed to say,” and nobody has believed them. It’s kind of difficult to make a case about “should have been” when the signed and executed paperwork is on exhibit in the case.
Up next: SCO is converted from reorganization bankruptcy to termination. Well, one can hope…