Novell Inc. won a software copyright trial against SCO Group Inc. on Tuesday, ending a seven-year war that ignited the religious passions of open-source programmers.

Represented by Morrison & Foerster and Workman Nydegger, Novell persuaded a Utah federal jury that Novell — and not SCO — owns the rights to the Unix operating system.

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