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Stibbe hosts and participates in Beltug X-change session on "Legal Issues of Software Licensing & Compliance"

Stibbe hosts and participates in Beltug X-change session on "Legal Issues of Software Licensing & Compliance"

Stibbe hosts and participates in Beltug X-change session on "Legal Issues of Software Licensing & Compliance"

19.06.2014

On 19 June 2014, our Brussels office hosts a Beltug X-change session dedicated to “Legal Issues of Software Licensing & Compliance”. Beltug is the largest Belgian association of ICT managers.

Erik Valgaeren and Nicolas Roland will lead the session and draw upon their abundant experience in software licensing and compliance cases within the Benelux to discuss topics such as the legal fundamentals of software licensing. They will also focus on practical aspects and cases related to software licensing during a panel session.

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