Mark Webbink is a lawyer and a visiting professor of law at New York Law School (NYLS). At NYLS Webbink serves as the Executive Director of the Center for Patent Innovations, the home of the Peer-to-Patent program.
Webbink is also a senior lecturing fellow at Duke University School of Law and a member of the board of Software Freedom Law Center, which he joined in October, 2007. Webbink worked at Red Hat as its first general counsel from 2000 to 2004 and its deputy general counsel for intellectual property from 2004 to August 2007, when he retired.
Webbink wrote a blog, now defunct, covering open source and intellectual property issues.
- walkingwithelephants.com (archived)
- "As of Today, It's Mark Webbink's Groklaw 2.0". Groklaw. May 16, 2011. Retrieved May 16, 2011.
- New York Law School page
- A series of videos in which Webbink discusses intellectual property, Red Hat's Patent Promise, the GNU General Public License version 3, and software patents
- Webbink's article in the Duke Law and Technology Review "A New Paradigm For Intellectual Property Rights In Software"
- Webbink's article in the Journal of the New South Wales Society for Computers and the Law "Understanding Open Source"
- U.S. Patent Reform Bill: An Interview with Mark Webbink, by Richard Koman, O'Reilly Policy Devcenter
- Webbink's 2002 testimony before a joint hearing of the U.S. Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission on competition and intellectual property law
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