Software company Novell Inc. was spared a $35 million jury verdict against it when a California appeal court found last week that an Orange County Superior Court judge’s sanctions against the company went too far.

The 4th District Court of Appeal found that Novell didn’t act intentionally when it failed to present certain documents before the six-month-long trial started, and that Orange County Superior Court Judge David Velasquez was heavy-handed.

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