Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 25th Nov 2008 01:50 UTC, submitted by judgen
Legal "Federal district judge Dale A. Kimball has handed down the final judgment in the SCO case. The decision dismisses SCO's latest claims, grants declaratory relief to Novell, and sustains the court's previous judgment that SCO owes Novell over $2.54 million (plus interest) for unjust enrichment."
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RE[6]: serves them right
by lemur2 on Tue 25th Nov 2008 09:54 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: serves them right"
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The only way to stop things like this happening is to make the people at board level personally responsible. CEOs and directors can flit from one company to another, leaving a trail of lawsuits, bankruptcies and lost jobs. It's not just the USA, it happens everywhere.

Exactly so. I hope the CEOs and other suits who dreamt up this SCOG scam lose their shirts and forevermore have to live in poverty. The lawyers can have some of that action also.

To take pleasure in the fact that people lower in an organisation, who don't make policy decisions, can (or should) lose their jobs, shows the same level of callousness that motivated the McBride and Sontag.


Hopefully the former SCOG people who had nothing to do with the scam can get a decent job elsewhere immediately. Who on earth would want otherwise?

The fact that there would be no job future at SCOG should have been obvious for years to even the most junior of SCOG employees.;...

There are not many companies that keep going after dropping from $20 down to $0.13 and then declaring bankruptcy, with four deadset loser court actions still on their books.

Anybody at SCOG with even a modicum of sense will have another job lined up.

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