conducting a sane and efficient GPLv3, LGPLv3 Review
rick at linuxmafia.com
Thu Aug 2 19:02:01 UTC 2007
Quoting Lawrence Rosen (lrosen at rosenlaw.com):
> Frankly, I haven't seen any case where a GPL copyright owner has risked a
> lawsuit to force the disclosure of a derivative work either, but that one
> I'd be willing to take to court, perhaps even on contingency.
Do you really think you'd find any judge willing to order that sort of
specific performance as a equitable remedy, when lesser remedies
involving injunctive relief and (if applicable) damages would more than
suffice and are prescribed by statute? You're the lawyer, my good sir,
but I have my doubts.
Real-world examples, with only some specific corporate names omitted:
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