The article is here. It raises an interesting point about the potential complexities in the case if it is removed to federal court and copyright infringement and patent claims are brought in. It may not be in SCO's interest to do this though, considering the potential costs and difficulties in proving these claims. Right now, the case is under Utah's state jurisdiction and the claims are related to the misuse of trade secrets. I'd expect to see IBM succeed in having this removed to the federal court, and that will be bad news for SCO.