SCO denied motion to change IBM case again
by MATTHEW ASLETT
Computer Business Review Online, publication date: 05 July 2005
"The Lindon, Utah-based Unix vendor first sued IBM in March 2003 claiming IBM breached a contract by contributing Unix code to the Linux open source operating system. It has subsequently changed its case twice, but has been denied the chance to do so a third time.
'To permit the proposed amendment would expand this already sizable and complex litigation and would serve only to delay its resolution,' wrote US District Judge Dale Kimball in his order. 'Furthermore SCO has twice amended its complaint during this litigation, and the deadline for seeking leave to further amend has long-since passed.'"