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February 01, 2005
The New York Times reports on the grand opening of the Software Freedom Law Center, a nonprofit legal center in New York that will "focus on helping the leaders of open-source software projects organize and manage their work in ways that anticipate and avoid potential legal pitfalls." It's backed by $4 million from the Open Source Development Labs and will be headed up by Columbia law professor Eben Moglen. In addition, two full-time intellectual property lawyers will provide pro bono legal advice.
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