A law firm called Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP has announced
that it is available to help companies deal with their "open source issues." "For example, businesses that
modify Open Source code for internal use may be surprised that seemingly
innocuous actions may initiate distribution requirements, which could force
them to give away their customized software for free, or at a modest cost, to
" This company also runs OSLawBlog
, claimed to be a weblog on open source legal issues; many visitors may be more struck by its obnoxious advertisements than the legal reasoning to be found there, though.
There will be more where these folks came from.
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