Groklaw has SCO's memo trying to keep the DaimlerChrysler suit alive
, along with extensive commentary.
"And why do they do this elaborate verbal dance with all the mock horror at DC's dillydallying? Because on a motion to dismiss, if there is even one fact in dispute, you can't grant the motion. We just saw that in the Novell hearing, and here SCO stands on its head to present facts 'in dispute' and to present issues that they claim are not clear in the contract. The underlying common sense truth is that there is no damage and nothing to sue about in any rational universe. But if they get a stickler judge with no common sense, they might just prevent the motion to dismiss from being granted.
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