Open Source After 'Jacobsen v. Katzer'

, Intellectual Property Strategist

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Before Jacobsen v. Katzer, commercial software developers often avoided incorporating open source components in their offerings for fear of being stripped of ownership rights. Following Jacobsen, commercial software developers should be even more cautious.

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  • Andrew Ross

    I would like to share a video of a recent talk by Dr. Michael Madison on this case. He is Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Research, University of Pittsburgh School of Law. The video is available at: http://www.fosslc.org/drupal/node/320

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