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By: Hudson Gavin Martin - Technology & Intellectual Property Lawyers  06-Dec-2011

Corporate | Hudson Gavin Martin

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Because open source software (OSS) is easily accessible and can save developers time and money, it is becoming an increasingly important tool in the development of commercial software.  However, many firms and developers may be unaware that software licensed under an open source licence could expose them to significant legal and commercial risk.


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