" f you were an open-source, non-profit developer and you needed
legal help, you went to the Software Freedom Law Center. If,
however, you were in the open-source business and you needed free
software savvy legal help, finding a competent attorney could be a
challenge. So it is that the SFLC has announced the formation of
"This New York City-based law firm will represent select
for-profit clients that support open software but aren't otherwise
eligible for SFLC's pro bono services.
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