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The Law and Business of Open Source Software 2018

Released on: Nov. 22, 2018
Running Time: 06:33:51
This program will address the critical issues that IP, technology and business lawyers need to consider when handling open source software in today’s economy. Armed with this information, you will be better able to help your clients make intelligent choices and decisions about how to take advantage of the benefits and manage the risks presented by open source software.

Lecture Topics [Total time 06:33:51]

Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.

  • Opening Remarks* [00:03:03]
    Lori E. Lesser, Stuart D. Levi
  • Open Source Technology and License Overview [01:28:35]
    Terry J. Ilardi, Stuart D. Levi
  • Best Practices for License Enforcement and Avoiding Litigation in Open Source Software [01:01:24]
    Terry J. Ilardi, Jeffrey D. Osterman
  • Effective Business Practices in the Open Source Cloud [01:01:05]
    Brian Avello, Lori E. Lesser, Gregory Cram, Carolyn Edgar, Kevin B. Jordan, Natalie Margulies
  • Royalty-Free Patents and Open Standards in Open Source Software [01:00:07]
    Carolyn H. Blankenship, Scott T. Weingaertner
  • Hot Topics: Critical Issues and Important FOSS Litigation in the US and Europe [01:01:24]
    Justin Colannino, Karen M. Sandler
  • Awareness of Ethics for the Open Source Practitioner [00:58:04]
    Lori E. Lesser, Rebecca Roiphe

The purchase price of this Web Program includes the following articles from the Course Handbook available online:

  • COMPLETE COURSE HANDBOOK
  • Open Source Initiative: The Open Source Definition
    Stuart D. Levi
  • Client Counseling for Common OSS License Problems
    Terry J. Ilardi
  • Van Lindberg, Ch. 11: Open Source Software, Practising Law Institute, Technology Transactions: A Practical Guide to Drafting and Negotiating Commercial Agreements (February 2018)
  • Girish Managoli, An Open Source Policy That Works in Practice (January 21, 2014)
    Lori E. Lesser
  • Max Schireson and Dharmesh Thakker, The Money In Open-Source Software (February 9, 2016)
    Lori E. Lesser
  • Dharmesh Thakker, Max Schireson and Dan Nguyen-Huu, Tracking the Explosive Growth of Open-Source Software (April 7, 2017)
    Lori E. Lesser
  • Patents in an Open Source World (September 6, 2016)
    Carolyn H. Blankenship
  • The Principles of Community-Oriented GPL Enforcement (2015)
    Bradley M. Kuhn, Allison Randal, Karen M. Sandler
  • Copyleft and the GNU General Public License: A Comprehensive Tutorial and Guide
    Karen M. Sandler
  • Legal Ethics for Free Software (March 24, 2014)
    Karen M. Sandler
  • Ethics in a High-Tech Legal World
    Lori E. Lesser, Rebecca Roiphe

Presentation Material

  • Open Source Technology and License Overview
    Terry J. Ilardi, Stuart D. Levi
  • Best Practices for License Enforcement and Avoiding Litigation in Open Source Software
    Terry J. Ilardi, Jeffrey D. Osterman
  • Royalty-Free Patents and Open Source Standards in Open Source Software
    Scott T. Weingaertner
  • Royalty-Free Patents and Open Standards in Open Source Software
    Carolyn H. Blankenship, Scott T. Weingaertner
  • Awareness of Ethics for the Open Source Practitioner
    Lori E. Lesser, Rebecca Roiphe
  • Ethics in a High-Tech Legal World
    Lori E. Lesser, Rebecca Roiphe
  • Hypothetical
    Lori E. Lesser, Rebecca Roiphe
Co-Chair(s)
Lori E. Lesser ~ Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP
Stuart D. Levi ~ Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP
Speaker(s)
Brian Avello ~ General Counsel, MakerDao
Carolyn H. Blankenship ~ Senior Vice President, Associate General Counsel, Intellectual Property, Thomson Reuters
Justin Colannino ~ Open Source & Standards Attorney, Microsoft NERD Center
Gregory Cram ~ Associate Director, The New York Public Library
Carolyn Edgar ~ Managing Counsel - Technology & Intellectual Property, BNY Mellon
Terry J. Ilardi ~ Copyright Counsel, IBM Corporation
Kevin B. Jordan ~ Assistant General Counsel for Enterprise Data Protection and Use, JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Natalie Margulies ~ Deputy Chief Counsel, Disney Streaming Services
Jeffrey D. Osterman ~ Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP
Rebecca Roiphe ~ Faculty, New York Law School
Karen M. Sandler ~ Executive Director, Software Freedom Conservancy
Scott T. Weingaertner ~ White & Case LLP
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