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Tribes Get Tentative Green Light In Opioid MDL

By Sophia Morris The majority of the claims brought by the Blackfeet Tribe and the Muscogee (Creek) Nation in the opioid multidistrict litigation should be allowed to move forward, a federal magistrate judge has said. U.S. Magistrate Judge David A. Ruiz issued two reports Monday recommending trimming the tribes’ claims against drug manufacturers, distributors and […]

SCO sues Novell, claiming slander

By Brice Wallace, Deseret News The feuding between two Utah County companies has blossomed into a lawsuit. Lindon-based SCO Group Inc. on Tuesday led a slander suit against Provo-based Novell Inc., saying Novell has hurt SCO business by, in part, making false and misleading claims that it owns the copyrights to the Unix computer operating […]

SCO to attack validity of Linux licence

SCO’s strategy for its lawsuit against IBM could destroy the legal foundation of Linux and related software By Matthew Broersma SCO Group is planning to argue in its court battle against IBM that the General Public License (GPL) covering Linux and other open-source software is invalid, according to a report. SCO, owner of several key […]