M&A and due diligence, as you know, are never to be taken lightly. Sometimes the stakes can be high if done improperly – a deal goes south, significant money is lost, or a company loses its reputation, which is always hard to gain back.

As legal counsel – whether you are in-house or working as outside counsel – much of the onus falls on you.

A careful, planned audit of what Open Source Software (OSS) is in use should always be a part of a due diligence effort.

In this webinar you’ll learn:

  • Crucial data points regarding the use of OSS
  • What key OSS risks are potentially hidden in code
  • How to address specific risk issues during fast-moving due diligence
  • The potential adjustments that should be made to deal terms
  • What solutions are crucial to employ during M&A efforts
*California CLE is available for the LIVE webinar (only) of this presentation. Please email Stacey Potter at spotter@flexera.com for more details.

Marty Mellican
Vice President and Associate General Counsel

Mr. Mellican manages many aspects of Revenera's legal needs, including all agreements related to licensing both on premise and cloud software as well as providing related consulting services related to the installation, configuration and deployment of Revenera's many products. Other responsibilities include overseeing mergers and acquisitions, corporate entity management, third party intellectual property licensing, employment matters and export compliance.

Amy Chun
Knobbe Martens

Amy’s practice is truly broad and deep, and includes due diligence investigations, licensing negotiations, national and international patent prosecution, open source policy assessment and risk mitigation, patent and trade secret litigation, inter partes review, and covered business methods review. While she has worked with a variety of technologies, Amy focuses on distributed computing systems, cybersecurity, fraud prevention/detection, e-commerce, cloud computing, social media, fintech, mobile computing, internet technology, SaaS, big data analytics, blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI) and general computer software.