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COPY Curran & Parry ATTORNEYS AT LAW 300 SOUTH FOURTH STREET SUITE 1201 LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 89101 WILLIAM P. CURRAN STANLEY W. PARRY --------------- JOSHUA H. REISMAN GLENN M. MACHADO TELEPHONE (702) 471-7000 FACSIMILE (702) 471-7070 E-MAIL firstname.lastname@example.org December 27, 2004 VIA HAND DELIVERY ----------------- Hon. Robert C. Jones United States District Judge 333 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89101 Re: The SCO Group, Inc. v. AutoZone, Inc., CV-S-04-0237-RCJ-LRL Dear Judge Jones: We write to advise the Court that, in light of developments which have occurred during the recent 30-day extension of discovery, The SCO Group, Inc. ("SCO") does not intend to move for a preliminary injunction in the above-referenced matter at this time. Instead, the parties agree that further discovery is necessary and appropriate before SCO can reach an informed decision. The parites are in the process of discussing the appropriate scope of such discovery and are optimistic that they will be able to reach agreement shortly on this issue and will proffer an appropriate stipulation at such time. In the event the parties cannot reach an agreement, SCO intends to make an appropriate application to the Court for such additional discovery. We will keep the Court apprised of the progress of these discussions. We thank the Court for its courtesy with respect to this matter. Respectfully submitted, [s/ Stanley W. Parry] Stanley W. Parry, Esq. DSS:eb cc: David J. Stewart, Esq. James J. Pisanelli, Esq. David S. Stone, Esq. Y:\Sco\Autozone\Letters\Jones re prelim inj 12-27-04.wpd