Novell has won a cash payment of $175,000 to settle a software piracy case involving Netware upgrade licences.
The networking giant sued MCW/At-Lan-Tec, and three individuals for allegedly using Novell trademarks to sell illicit Netware licences as if they were originals. The lawsuit also alleged that the defendants acquired and sold unbundled OEM licences and other unauthorised products to unsuspecting customers.
The settlement, which included the payment and the return of Novell goods, was made out of court.
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