SCO Suffers Legal Setback Published: Jul 22, 2004
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The SCO Group took a hit Wednesday when a circuit court judge in Michigan dismissed the Unix software provider's claim that automaker DaimlerChrysler violated its software agreement by refusing to provide certification of compliance with the provisions of

The SCO Group took a hit Wednesday when a circuit court judge in Michigan dismissed the Unix software provider's claim that automaker DaimlerChrysler violated its software agreement by refusing to provide certification of compliance with the provisions of that agreement.

SCO spokesperson Blake Stowell told NewsFactor that Judge Ray Lee Chabot tossed aside all but one of the company's motions in the case, essentially granting DaimlerChrysler's motion for dismissal of the lawsuit. The remaining sticking point is whether the auto giant took too long to certify compliance with the Unix software agreement, he said.

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"Their lawyer argued that DaimlerChrysler did offer certification compliance, but they did that after the suit was filed," Stowell said. "We are satisfied that DaimlerChrysler has certified its compliance with the agreement, and the purposes of our litigation have been fulfilled."

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