Open Source Hardware
My article Toward Open Source Hardware, which explains how electronic hardware designs may -- and may not -- be protected under intellectual property law, was published in the Winter 2009 (Vol 34-2) issue of the University of Dayton Law Review.
Open Source Software
Here are PDF versions of a paper and presentation I prepared for a continuing legal education program at the University of Dayton Law School in March, 2004. These are updated from earlier presentations I gave in June, 2000 and March, 2003.
NOTE: These materials are aimed at a non-technical, legally-trained audience that's not familiar with Open Source Software. Please read them in that light.
NOTE: These documents are copyright 2000-2004 by NCR Corporation. They may be reproduced in unaltered form provided their copyright notices are retained and attribution is given.