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Novell was awarded more than $25 million in an infringement case against the Network Trade Center of Sandy, Utah, owned by Mark Bondiett. The ruling stems from a complaint filed by the network software maker in July of 1995 alleging that the Network Trade Center acquired and sold Novell products through misrepresentation. The court found that the company violated Novell's trademark, engaged in deceptive and misleading practices, and that the Network Trade Center's actions had damaged Novell.