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Software Issues that Impact the Research Community – Hosted by UConn TCS

November 3 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This presentation will discuss interplay between software/copyright law; “open source” implications for software development/distribution; derivative works; rights in “data” (as opposed to software); and different forms of licenses.

SpeakerBas Nabulsi

Bas Nabulsi is a partner with McCarter & English, and serves as the managing partner of its Stamford, CT office. Bas has a broad-based IP practice, focused primarily on general IP counseling, patent procurement/enforcement and IP licensing. Bas has undergraduate and graduate engineering degrees from Stevens Institute of Technology, and received his JD from Fordham University. Bas has served as an adjunct professor at the Quinnipiac University School of Law, teaching an IP licensing course, and he serves on the Board of Selectmen in Wilton, CT.

This presentation will discuss interplay between software/copyright law; “open source” implications for software development/distribution; derivative works; rights in “data” (as opposed to software); and different forms of licenses.

SpeakerBas Nabulsi

Bas Nabulsi is a partner with McCarter & English, and serves as the managing partner of its Stamford, CT office. Bas has a broad-based IP practice, focused primarily on general IP counseling, patent procurement/enforcement and IP licensing. Bas has undergraduate and graduate engineering degrees from Stevens Institute of Technology, and received his JD from Fordham University. Bas has served as an adjunct professor at the Quinnipiac University School of Law, teaching an IP licensing course, and he serves on the Board of Selectmen in Wilton, CT.