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Software Development Agreement – Who Really Owns The Intellectual Property?

By | Copyrights, Intellectual Property, Licensing, Licensing Agreements, Open Source, Software, Software Agreements, Software Lawyer | No Comments

Whether you’re a developer or a client, one of the most important things to cover in your software development agreement is who owns what intellectual property (IP) rights. Surprisingly, most developers and their clients either don’t know or having conflicting views on the subject. Imagine you’re a client that’s just…

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Google-Oracle: Java Infringement Trial Circus

By | Copyrights, Intellectual Property, Internet Lawsuits, Open Source, Patents, Trademarks | No Comments

There’s one key lesson you can learn from the clash of Oracle and Google in the courtroom over whether Google’s Java use in Android OS has infringed upon Oracle’s intellectual property rights… The Internet continues to expose current patent, trademark, and copyright law as obsolete because the legal system is…

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