Novell Tells the Court It Still Wants Those Transcripts from SCO v. IBM
Novell has filed its Reply in Support of Novell's Expedited Motion to Compel Production of Deposition Transcripts and Exhibits from SCO v. IBM.
Novell is very polite about it, as usual, but it tells the court plainly enough that despite SCO's "miraculous" production of some 56 deposition transcripts and some exhibits from the SCO v. IBM litigation two days before SCO's Memorandum in Opposition to Novell's Motion to Compel was due, SCO has still produced only half of the 130 deposition transcripts in existence. "Given the considerable overlap between this litigation and SCO v. IBM, it strains credulity to argue that the remaining half of the depositions have no relevance here," Novell states. If SCO's 11th-hour production doesn't prove the necessity of Novell's motion to compel, what would? SCO claims Novell's motion is now moot, but Novell disagrees. It wants those remaining deposition transcripts. Ideally, all of them.