February 4, 2009
From Daliah Saper herself:
New legal developments with respect to “Free” or “Open Source” Software licensing and litigation have software developers and intellectual property attorneys on edge. To address these issues, The Saper Law Open Source Symposium will be held in Chicago on February 17, 2009. This all day conference brings together members of the open source community for an in depth discussion of the business and legal ramifications of using or producing open source software.
The panel of speakers will range from independent software developers to CEOs and CTOs of established businesses to representatives of software giants like Microsoft. In addition, Saper Law attorneys will delve into licensing and intellectual property issues while university professors will lend the policy reasons behind the open source movement. New software that assists businesses and their attorneys with open source licensing compliance will also be debuted at the event.
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
1 E Jackson Blvd, 8th Floor
Registration fee is $95 before February 7 and $145 until February 17.
TECH Cocktailers get a 20% discount by typing in the discount code: TC
Students may register for $25 by typing in the discount code: STUDENT.
Registration details and the full conference schedule are available at www.saperlaw.com/oss.
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