Jeffrey Robert Kaufman authored content

Authored content by Jeffrey Robert Kaufman

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Open source law has unusual requirements for success. Learn ways lawyers can help their organizations find a path to open.
Active listening in a meeting is a skill

Open source law is unique because of its unusual requirements for success. Learn ways lawyers can get their organizations to "yes".
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If you think open source is synonymous with shareware, freeware, and public domain, you are not alone.
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Enabling engineers to make licensing decisions is wise and efficient.
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Non-standard open source contributor license agreements are creating monstrosities akin to the ones created by Dr. Moreau.
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The Apache 2 license's patent grant, often misunderstood, makes open source safe to use.
Open lightbulbs.

Clarity is key to avoid licensing ambiguity.
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Using open source the way it was intended benefits your bottom line and the open source ecosystem.
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The source code requirement in AGPLv3 Section 13 is triggered only where the AGPLv3 software has...
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The outcome of Oracle v. Google is a positive result for the software industry and the developer...