MozillaQuest Magazine's Mike Angelo discusses the German legal counter-attack with Tarent attorney Till Jaeger. SCO-Caldera did not fully-comply with the Munich Court Injunction Order to stop spreading anti-Linux FUD. Tarent asked the Munich Court to find SCO in contempt of the Court Order. The Court also found that SCO did not show that the Linux kernel does infringe upon SCO's rights. SCO and McBride also could face lawsuits based on Trade Libel and Barratry. Penalties for violating the injunction could involve imposition of up to EUR 250.000 or for arrest up to six months for contempt of court.
June 15, 2003