Boulder Partner Jason Haislmaier will present a program on open source software at the Rocky Mountain Intellectual Property & Technology Law Institute in Colorado. The two-day program, June 1-2, will provide 41 sessions on major developments in intellectual property and tech law. Panelists will speak on a variety of topics, including sports law, asset protection for intellectual property, risks in licensing agreements and hot topics in bio-pharma prosecution.
Haislmaier will co-present on the panel “Open Source is Dead, Long Live Open Source,” which will provide an update on open source legal concerns, including the use of open source in cloud-hosted services, employee participation in open source projects, IT security concerns, corporate sponsorship of open source projects, and open source in corporate transactions.
Haislmaier focuses his practice at the intersection of technology and data issues. He has represented established and emerging companies in hundreds of unique transactions involving the development, protection, and commercialization of technology and data assets. He has developed a special area of practice involving open source software licensing and compliance. He works with clients in the U.S. and abroad to develop and implement open source software license compliance strategies, as well as contend with, and respond to, open source software license enforcement inquiries. Haislmaier has lectured in both the U.S. and Europe on topics involving open source software and other areas of intellectual property.
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