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Saper Law Sponsors Day of Mobile Conference; Daliah Saper lectures on the legal issues affecting mobile app development
By Saper Law | February 24, 2010
Day of Mobile is an all day event for mobile developers and enthusiasts that will take place at IIT on March 6, 2010. The overall goal of the event is to better prepare both Chicago’s application development community and companies with mobile initiatives for the upcoming mobile revolution. We will cover a myriad of different topics relative to mobile development and strategy such as platform SDKs, cross platform development, multimedia, CMS/SMS, mobile business models and many more. The event will begin with a breakfast at 8AM and conclude after a keynote speech and hackathon awards ceremony at 4PM. Throughout the day, there will be talks running concurrently with one another in two adjoining ballrooms.
Daliah’s presentation is titled: The Legalities of going Mobile
Here is the abstract:
Software development for mobile applications creates a whole slew of new legal issues both for the developer creating the mobile application and the businesses bringing the application to market. In her presentation, Daliah will highlight some of these key legal issues, addressing, for example, new copyright and trademark licensing concerns, the use of open source in mobile development, and how to negotiate non-traditional revenue sharing models. Ample time will be devoted to Q &A.
For more info visit: www.dayofmobile.com
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