internetnews.com: Open Source Law Center Opens Doors
Feb 01, 2005, 15:15 (0 Talkback[s])
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"A $4 million investment made by the Open Source Development
Labs has helped create a center to provide free legal support to
free and open source software (FOSS) projects.
"The legal firm now known as the Software Freedom Law Center
(SFLC) will be run by noted copyright lawyer Eben Moglen from its
headquarters in New York, and staffed with two full-time
intellectual property lawyers to provide pro bono legal support.
Two more IP lawyers are expected to join the center later this
year. Moglen said he would aggressively recruit from a talent pool
of recent law school graduates. OSDL announced the formation of the
spin-off organization during its hosted Enterprise Linux Summit
here this week..."