Karen Copenhaver Speaks on Controlling the Use of Open Source in a Technology License Agreement

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Karen Copenhaver Speaks on Controlling the Use of Open Source in a Technology License Agreement

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 | March 23, 2010

 | Karen Copenhaver


Event:  Technology Licensing Agreements Forum
Organization:  American Conference Institute
Location:  Washington DC

 

Karen Copenhaver presented a workshop at the American Conference Institute’s Technology Licensing Agreements Forum.  Her workshop, “Controlling the Use and Manipulation of Open Source in Your Technology License Agreement,” covered many key topics, including:

  • Identifying the presence of open source software
  • Exploring the intersection of open source and M&A transactions
  • How to comply with requirements of open sources licenses  

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