Software business acquisition: open-source software: due diligence checklist

A checklist that looks at the issues that a potential buyer of a software business should consider when undertaking due diligence to ascertain whether open-source software (OSS) has been used by the seller in the target business or by the target.

Charles Claisse, Kemp Little LLP


 

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