Open Source: Implications of Oracle v. Google
Understanding the Complexities When Assessing the Software Copyright Options
Recording of a 75-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide guidance for counsel to companies, developers and licensees on the implications of the recent Oracle v. Google decision. The panel will explain the boundaries of copyright law as it relates to software and offer best practices to minimize IP infringement
- Oracle v. Google decision
Implications of the decision
- What types of software are protectable
- What can be copied and when
- What cannot be copied
- Impact on licenses
- Best practices for developing APIs and open source licensing
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- How may the recent Oracle v. Google decision change copyrightability of open source software?
- What strategies should companies and developers employ when developing APIs?
- What are the best practices for licensees to ensure compliance with open source license agreements?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Paul H. Arne
Morris Manning & Martin
Mr. Arne represents technology companies and large end users, with a particular emphasis on complex, outsourcing... | Read More
Mr. Arne represents technology companies and large end users, with a particular emphasis on complex, outsourcing matters, international transactions, open source software, privacy, university technology transfer, and revenue recognition issues. He is also involved with development, manufacturing, and distribution involving medical devices.Close