> All copyrights and trademarks, except for the copyrights owned by Novell as of the date of the Agreement required for SCO to exercise its rights with respect to the acquisition of UNIX and UnixWare technologies. However, in no event shall Novell be liable to SCO for any claim brought by any third party pertaining to said copyrights and trademarks.
The most obvious question for a jury member to ask is this:
If this amendment was the correction of exclusion of copyright of Unix and UnixWare from the transfer, why doesn't the first sentence simply say:
> All copyrights and trademarks, except copyrights in UNIX and UnixWare.
To me, the answer to that question is simple - because that's not what it means.