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Re: [DotGNU]Copyright waivers for developers?

From: Barry Fitzgerald
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]Copyright waivers for developers?
Date: Mon, 13 Aug 2001 22:50:08 -0400

tony stanco wrote:
> You will be surprised what control your employer has over you. You need to
> look at your employment agreement and ANYTHING else you signed and to the
> company policy manuals that they handed to you when you started work.
> Employers generally have lawyers that put this kind of stuff in the fine
> print, so you should assume that your employer has rights over what you do
> that in any way relates to what you do at work unless you see something that
> counters that presumption. Every situation is different and so you have to
> look at the facts and circumstances of each case and to the law in the
> jurisdiction.
> That you use your own equipment or are away from your employer's place of
> business mean little by themselves. The governing things are the
> jurisdiction's law, and what agreements you have made explicitly or
> implicitly with the employer.

Hmmph... I love this more and more everyday....

Thanks, Tony - I appreciate the information... :)

Well, I have another egregious act to fight against.


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