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Appendix B Intellectual Property Issues in Software Forum Program and Participants PROGRAM Thursday, November 30 9:00 a.m. Overview Lewis M. Branscomb, Chair, Forum Steering Committee, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University Esther Dyson, EDventure Holdings, Inc. Ronald Laurie, Irell & Manella 10:30 p.m. The Public Interest Lewis M. Branscomb [Moderator], John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University Francis D. Fisher Anita Jones, Department of Computer Science, Uni- versity of Virginia John F. Shoch, Asset Management Company 12:00 p.m. Luncheon and Presentation: "Entrepreneurs Perspec fives" Daniel Bricklin, President, Software Garden, Inc. 1:30 p.m. How Software Is Special Forum held November 30 and December 1, 1989, in the Lecture Room, National Academy of Sciences, 2101 Constitution Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 107 -

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108 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ISSUES IN SOFTWARE Anita Jones [Moderator], Department of Computer Science, University of Virginia Randall Davis, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Robert Spinrad, Corporate Strategy Office, Xerox Corporation Bruce Tognazzini, Ministry Ltd. to Human Interface, Apple Computer, Inc. 3:30 p.m. Legal Challenges Paul Goldstein [Moderator!, Stanford School of Law, Stanford University Morton D. Goldberg, Schwab Goldberg Price & Dannay Michael Keplinger, Office of Legislation and International Affairs, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Jerome Reichman, School of Law, Vanderbilt Univer- si~ 5:30 p.m. Reception in the Rotunda 6:45 p.m. Dinner and Keynote Address: "The Ecology of Innovation" Mitchell D. Kapor, Chairman, ON Technology, Inc. Friday, December 1 8:45 a.m. Introduction Lewis M. Branscomb, Chair, Forum Steering Committee, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University 9:00 a.m. "Intellectual Property in the Global Market Place" Howard Figueroa, Commercial and Industry Relations, IBM Corporation 9:45 a.m. Interfaces/Standards/Business Entry Peter Schneider [Moderator], IBM Corporation Scott G. Davis, Digital Equipment Corporation Frank Ingari, Lotus Development Harry C. Reinstein, Aion Corporation 11:20 p.m. Issues for the Future Lewis M. Branscomb [Moderator!, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University Donald S. Chisum, School of Law, University of Wash- ington

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APPENDIX B 109 Ernest E. Keel, Vanguard Atlantic Ltd. Pamela Samuelson, School of Law, Emory University Peter Schneider, IBM Corporation 12:30 p.m. Summary Lewis M. Branscomb, Chair, Forum Steering Com- mittee, John F. Kennedy School of Govern- ment, Harvard University Paul Goldstein, School of Law, Stanford University Anita [ones, Department of Computer Science, University of Virginia Mitchell D. Kapor, ON Technology, Inc. Michael O. Rabin, Aiken Computer Laboratory, Harvard University Peter Schneider, IBM Corporation PARTICIPANTS John Atwood U.S. Customs Service Donald M. Austin U.S. Department of Energy Henry Beck Lord Day & Lord, Barrel Smith Mark Bello Alexandria, Virginia Kathleen C. Bernard Gay Research, Incorporated Fred glosser The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. Marjory S. Blumenthal National Research Council Lewis M. Branscomb (Chair) Harvard University Joseph W.B. Bredie The World Bank Dan Bricklin Software Garden, Inc. Charles N. Brownstein National Science Foundation James Burger Apple Computer Inc. Dianne Callan Lotus Development Corporation John Carson George Washington University Lynn Robert Carter Carnegie Mellon University Richard P. Case IBM Corporation Virginia Castor The Pentagon David W. Cheney Council on Competitiveness Bernard Chern National Science Foundation Y.T. Chien National Science Foundation Donald S. Chisum University of Washington Anthony L. Napes IBM Corporation Frank W. Connolly American University Eileen D. Cooke American Library Association Richard P. (:orben Hewlett-Packard Randall Davis Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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110 Scott G. Davis Digital Equipment Corporation Esther Dyson EDventure Holdings, Inc. Howard G. Figueroa IBM Corporation Francis D. Fisher Cambridge, Massachusetts Gideon Frieder Syracuse University Ian M. Friedland National Research Council Thomas F. Cannon Digital Equipment Corporation Steven W. Gilbert EDUCOM Martin A. Goetz Goetz Associates Morton David Goldberg Schwab Goldberg Price & Dannay Paul Goldstein Stanford Law School Jacques J. Gorlin Washington, D.C. Stephen Gould Library of Congress Allen R. Grogan Blanc Gilburne Williams & Johnston C.K. Gunsalus University of Illinois Auke Haagsma Delegation of the Commission of the European Communities Herb Hellerman Amdahl Corporation Karen Hersey North Carolina State University Bertram Herzog Center for Information Technology Integration Heidi Hijikata U.S. Department of Commerce INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ISSUES IN SOFTWARE John D. Holmfeld U.S. House of Representatives Frank Ingari Lotus Development Corporation Luanne James ADAPSO J. Jancin, Jr. IBM Corporation Douglas C. Jerger ADAPSO Anita K. Jones University of Virginia Brian Kahin Cambridge, Massachusetts Robert E. Kahn Corporation for National Research Initiatives Mitchell D. Kapor ON Technology, Inc. Dennis S. Karjala Arizona State University Ernest E. Keet Vanguard Atlantic Ltd. Michael S. Keplinger U.S. Patent & Trademark Office Marilyn J. Kretsinger Library of Congress Ronald S. Laurie Irell & Manella Bruce A. Lehman Swidler & Berlin Mark Lieberman U.S. Department of Commerce Jean Loup Association of Research Libraries Patrice Lyons Haley, Bader & Potts Steven Metalitz Information Industry Association Pat Mortenson University of Georgia

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APPENDIX B John Muskivitch The MacNeal-Schwendler Corporation David B. Nelson U.S. Department of Energy Jeff Nuechterlein U.S. Senate Susan H. Nycum Baker & McKenzie Hans J. Oser National Research Council Ron Palenski ADAPSO Abraham Peled IBM Corporation Michael O. Rabin Harvard University Jerome H. Reichman Vanderbilt University Ron Reiling Digital Equipment Corporation Harry C. Reinstein Aion Corporation Michael J. Remington U.S. House of Representatives Carol A. Risher Association of American Publishers William C. Rolland National Electrical Manufacturers Association Laurence C. Rosenberg National Science Foundation William Ryan AT&T Bell Laboratories Pamela Samuelson Emory University School of Law Peter R. Schneider IBM Corporation Robert Schware The World Bank Mary Shaw Carnegie Mellon University John F. Shoch Asset Management Company 111 E.A. Silva Office of Naval Research Eric H. Smith International Intellectual Property Alliance Oliver R. Smoot Computer & Business Equipment Manufacturers Association (CBEMA) Alfred Z. Spector Transarc Corporation Robert Spinrad Xerox Corporation August W. Steinhilber National School Boards Association Richard H. Stern Washington, D.C. Alfred D. Sumberg American Association of University Professors Charles P. Thacker Digital Equipment Corporation Bruce Tognazzini Apple Computer, Inc. Joseph F. Traub Columbia University Ingrid A. Voorhees Computer & Business Equipment Manufacturers Association (CBEMA) Ralph Wachter Office of Naval Research Allen B. Wagner University of California at Berkeley Robert M. White Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation Edith Wilson Burson-Marsteller James D. Wilson U.S. House of Representatives Joan D. Winston U. S. Congress Helen M. Wood U.S. Department of Commerce