SCO, the operating system company that has been trying to make a living doing nothing but litigation, is back in the news! When we last heard from the beleaguered company they were facing Chapter 11, which as we all know is a reorganization process. Now the U.S. Trustee’s office says that it thinks SCO’s bankruptcy should switch to Chapter 7, liquidation.
Additionally, not only is there no reasonable chance of “rehabilitation” in these cases, the Debtors have tried — and failed — to liquidate their business in chapter 11.
Thanks Groklaw, for keeping this story alive! It’s as much fun today as it was six years ago when SCO first brought their billion dollar lawsuit against IBM.