Open Source Update Panel Discussion @ All Hands Meeting Panel Members: Flexera Software, Cisco Systems and Fenwick& West

Posted by Stacey Potter on November 16, 2016

Flexera Software (formerly Palamida) is presenting with Cisco Systems, Inc. and Fenwick & West LLP at the 28th Annual All Hands Meeting in Santa Clara, California on November 17. Silicon Valley’s signature conference for in-house counsel and other professionals at technology and life science companies, the All Hands Meeting is a unique and multifaceted event tailored to the needs of companies who rely upon intellectual property. Cutting-edge Continuing Legal Education presentations address the spectrum of legal, regulatory and ethical issues faced on a daily basis. Attendees can also browse exhibits about the latest products and services to increase productivity and effectiveness.

Open Source Update Session: Though perhaps not every company has entered the “post-proprietary era”, every technology legal department needs to keep an eye on evolving open source issues, if only to avoid stepping across the threshold. This discussion will review developments in open source policies, licensing regimes, “taint” avoidance and removal, and the intersection with Mergers & Acquisitions transactions and patent prosecution.

Panel Participants include:

  • Jeff Luszcz, Vice President of Product Management, Flexera Software
  • Jason Buttura, Lead In-House Attorney, Cisco Systems, Inc.
  • Stephen Gillespie provides strategic and legal advice to software, new media and technology companies for Fenwick & West LLP

For more information, please visit the event Website and the panel discussion Website.

Flexera Software, Cisco Systems and Fenwick & West

Santa Clara Convention Center
5001 Great America Parkway, Santa Clara, California 95054

Open Source Update Panel Discussion: November 17 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Flexera Software Display Table in the Exhibitor Area: November 16 - 17

Stacey Potter

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