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SCO Puts a Cap on its Legal Expenses
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Posted by CowboyNeal on Thu Nov 04, '04 09:14 PM
from the buck-stops-here dept.
prostoalex writes "The SCO Group reached an agreement with the lawyers to limit the litigation expenses to $31 million until the IBM lawsuit is resolved. The company already paid $12 million to Boies Schiller & Flexner LLP, Kevin McBride and Berger Singerman, which provide legal services to the company."

 

 
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