Andrew Katz to speak at the Open Compliance Summit 2021
Our Joint Managing Partner and Head of Tech, Andrew Katz will speak at the Open Compliance Summit, taking place virtually on the 16 December 2021. The Summit normally takes place in Japan, where Andrew has spoken in person twice. This year the organisers have taken the decision to create a virtual event experience for all speakers and attendees.
About the Open Compliance Summit
The Open Compliance Summit is an exclusive event for Linux Foundation members and select invitees that provides an excellent opportunity for organisations to share knowledge around open source compliance. The conference is designed to build connections that streamline interactions between companies of all sizes in all sectors.
About Andrew’s Talk
Andrew’s talk is entitled: A hybrid case study: what businesses won’t admit they find really difficult about compliance but actually do.
Every open source compliance project will reveal a number of issues which need remediating, some simple, some more challenging. Andrew has been carrying out compliance exercises for organisations of many sizes for many years, and this talk will highlight several of the more unusual and interesting compliance issues that he has encountered including some surprising ways of dealing with them speedily and effectively.
At Moorcrofts, Andrew advises individuals, corporations, foundations and public sector organisations on the law concerning free and Open Source software, Open Hardware and Open Content. He sits on the core drafting team of the CERN Open Hardware Licence. He is also CEO of Orcro Limited, an open source compliance consultancy and partner of the Linux Foundation’s OpenChain Project. He led the Open Hardware section of the European Commission’s recently published report on Open Source Software and Hardware in the European Union.
Find Out More
Please note: The Open Compliance Summit is an exclusive event for Linux Foundation members and select invitees. Attendance is limited to ensure ease of networking and collaboration. The schedule is automatically displayed in Japan Standard Time (UTC+9:00).