Please note that this program will only be offered as a live webcast. Speakers will be participating in the program remotely. As always, webcast attendees have access to all program materials, and will be able to view all program slides and submit questions to the speakers during the presentation. We thank you for your understanding as we follow the guidance of local health officials and work to provide a safe learning environment for both attendees and faculty.
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Why You Should Attend
This program will explore the unique legal issues facing the open source and free software community. Our experienced faculty will discuss the challenges developers are facing; the variety of licensing options when developing and using OSS; compliance with both the law and the terms of those licenses; and recent developments in the open source community, including the legal effects of COVID-19, that are changing how open source and free software is being used around the world.
What You Will Learn
• Learn how open source licenses help build open source communities
• Keep current on community enforcement norms and the latest enforcement activity
• Understand how patents and trademarks interact with open source licensing
• Learn best practices for compliance with open source software licenses
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for technology lawyers, IP lawyers, in-house counsel, outside corporate counsel, and allied professionals whose clients develop, use, distribute or invest in technology.
Program Level: Overview
Prerequisites: An interest in the development, licensing, and application of open source software.
Intended Audience: Technology lawyers, IP lawyers, in-house counsel, outside corporate counsel, and allied professionals whose clients develop, use, distribute or invest in technology
Advanced Prep: None