O'Reilly Open Source Convention - August 1-5, 2005 - Portland, Oregon
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Mark Radcliffe
DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary US LLP

Mark Radcliffe is a partner and co-chair of the Technology Transfer Group of DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary USA, LLP. He earned a B.S. in Chemistry magna cum laude from the University of Michigan and a J.D. from Harvard Law School. Mr. Radcliffe’s practice focuses on representing corporations in their intellectual property and finance matters. He was worked with many open source companies and is Chair of the Open Source Industry Group at the firm. He assisted Sun Microsystems in open sourcing the Solaris operating system and drafting the CDDL. And he represents many open source startup companies, including SugarCRM, Inc., Laszlo Systems, Inc. and IT Groundworks. He represented Siemens Venture Capital in their investment in MontaVista Software, Inc. He also serves as outside General Counsel for the Open Source Initiative. He has spoken on open source issues at the Open Source Business Conference, Silicon Valley Association of General Counsel and O’Reilly Open Source Conference. In 1997, the National Law Journal named him one of the 100 Most Influential Lawyers in the United States. He appears in America’s Leading Lawyers for Business (2004) and he was recently designated as one of the Northern California Superlawyers 2005. In 1998, Harvard Law School designated him a “Distinguished Alumni”. He has been quoted on intellectual property matters in Time Magazine, the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Examiner, San Jose Mercury News and the Daily Variety. Mr. Radcliffe has published articles in such legal magazines as the National Law Journal, Trademark World, Computer Lawyer, California Law Business and Copyright World.
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Diamond Sponsors

Computer Associates International Inc., (CA)
Hewlett Packard
Sun Microsystems

Platinum Sponsors

Novell, Inc.

Gold Sponsors


Silver Sponsors

Black Duck Software
Covalent Technologies
GroundWork Open Source Solutions
Intel Corporation
Mergere, Inc.
Yahoo! Inc.
Zend Technologies, Inc.

Media Sponsors

boing boing
C/C++ Users Journal
DevtownStation News
Digital ID World
Enterprise Open Source Journal
Free Software Magazine
InsideMac Radio
Integration Developer News
Linux Journal
Open Enterprise Trends
Software Association of Oregon
Version Tracker
Wi-Fi Technology Forum
Women's Technology Cluster

In-Kind Sponsors

Dell Inc.
Griffin Technology
Harman Multimedia


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