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All Posts | Aug 11,2015

Second Asian Legal Network Round-table

SFLC.IN in association with Open Invention Network is organizing the Second Asian Legal Network round-table at the Oberoi Hotel, Bangalore on Wednesday, 12th August 2015 from 12:00 PM to 6:30 PM.

The event will be structured as a round-table between 40 to 50 participants in an informal half-day setting and will present a unique opportunity to discuss key issues impacting our business segment. The agenda will be anchored by a keynote speech exploring the key legal challenges and opportunities that leading Indian companies face when engaging with Open Source Software.

A background note to the round-table is available here, and the agenda for the event is available here.

All Posts | Jan 08,2015

First Asian Legal Network Round Table on Free and Open Source Software

SFLC.IN in collaboration with Open Invention Network (OIN) is organising the First Asian Legal Network (ALN) round-table on 'Free and Open Source Software' at 'The Oberoi Hotel, Bangalore' on Tuesday, January 13th, 2015 from 12.00pm to 5.30pm.

The round table plans to to bring high level professionals together and to provide a forum for informed discussion around topics of shared interest. The Bangalore meeting will mark the first Asian Legal Network round-table in India and will focus on the issues of Free and Open Source Software license compliance, copyright and software patents. The event will have between 20 to 30 participants in an informal half-day setting and will present a unique opportunity to discuss key issues impacting our business segment. The agenda will be anchored by a keynote speech exploring the key legal challenges and opportunities that leading Indian companies face when engaging with Open Source Software.(For more details read theBackground NoteandAgenda)

Confirmations and RSVP The event is by invitation-only, with no fee to attend, and no requirements beyond adhering to Chatham House Rule to ensure that privacy for all parties is respected. This means that participants are free to use the information received at the meetings, but are asked not to identify other participants by name or affiliation.