We wish our Oracle licensee friends the best of luck navigating through the year-end and, as always, are available to discuss all issues large and small.
Beeman & Muchmore Further Sounds the Alarm on Software License Trolls in Podcast Sponsored by Licensing Executives Society
We are pleased to share that Art Beeman recently participated in the “Five Minute Update”, an episodic podcast site on intellectual property licensing, hosted by David Powsner and sponsored by the Licensing Executives Society.
Westlaw Today Publishes Beeman & Muchmore Article “Beware of Software License Trolls: Your Company is a Target”
We are excited to share that THOMPSON REUTERS/Westlaw Today published our article “Beware of Software License Trolls: Your Company is a Target.”
We begin this new year with the same words we used when we launched Beeman & Muchmore in June of 2020: “The Best is Yet to Come.”
“Washington Antitrust Efforts Ignore Predatory Practices of Big Software Vendors” Op-Ed Published in Real Clear Policy
If policymakers are going to continue their focus on big tech, which we believe is appropriate, it is imperative that they examine the actions of software providers such as Oracle and Microsoft.
Oracle v. NEC Corporation: Oracle Lands a Blow against NEC (and against “Business-as-Usual” Litigation)
As we wrote in August of this year, there is reason to believe that Oracle is honing a new litigation strategy, which, if true, should command the attention of all Oracle licensees.
On November 2, 2021, we presented a webinar with our partners at LicenseFortress, and we are more than pleased to be able to share the free streaming of it with you!
Often backed by venture capital, Software License Trolls use aspects of the audit process to squeeze millions out of unprepared victims.
We cannot stress enough that Oracle suing its licensees should be of significant concern to every company that relies on Oracle software, whether currently under audit or not.
When we recently shared a blog post about Oracle vs Envisage, we promised that we would keep you informed of important developments as that matter unfolded. Here we are, scarcely a week later, reporting that the matter is likely … going away.