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Subject: [Fwd: RE: [CEFACT-LWG:261] ebXML legal issues]
This is the response I received from my question. -------- Original Message -------- Subject: RE: [CEFACT-LWG:261] ebXML legal issues Date: Wed, 9 Jul 2003 23:37:52 +0100 From: Marsh, David <David.Marsh@dickinson-dees.com> To: 'Monica J. Martin' <firstname.lastname@example.org> Dear Ms Martin, I am concentrating on ebXML because that is the major concern of UN/CEFACT but, yes, the principles apply to all XML "standards" and also to all IT electronic business standards which could come into conflict with roadblock business process patents. I put the word "standard" in inverted commas because there are in fact no true XML standards as yet. David Marsh Head of IT and Electronic Business Law Dickinson Dees Direct Dial: 0191 279 9503 > -----Original Message----- > From: Monica J. Martin [SMTP:email@example.com] > Sent: 09 July 2003 23:21 > To: Marsh, David > Cc: Monica Martin > Subject: Re: [CEFACT-LWG:261] ebXML legal issues > > Marsh, David wrote: > > >Dear All, > > > >By way of background to our work, both on ebXML legal issues and the > >question of the UN/CEFACT IP policy, I attach a pdf file containing an > >article that I recently wrote for the UK's National Computing Centre > >magazine. > > > >David Marsh > >Head of IT and Electronic Business Law > >Dickinson Dees > >Direct Dial: 0191 279 9503 > > > > > > <<ebXML.pdf>> > > > > > mm1: David, can you tell me if this article was targeting the openness > of the standards development process, the use of XML (re: XML tags - > which is related to the business document payload, correct?) or to the > technology in general. Would not these legal issues apply to any > standards using XML, not just ebXML, or any notation for that matter > that results in an executable or electronically transmittable form? > > Thank you. > [INFO] -- Content Manager: www.dickinson-dees.com www.bizdocs.co.uk on-line document assembly The information contained in this e-mail and any files transmitted with it is confidential and intended for the addressee only. If you have received this e-mail in error please notify the originator or telephone 0191 279 9000. This e-mail and any attachments have been scanned for viruses prior to leaving Dickinson Dees. Dickinson Dees will not be liable for any losses as a result of any viruses being passed on. A list of partners names is available for inspection at St Ann's Wharf, 112 Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne NE99 1SB. Dickinson Dees is regulated by the Law Society and the Financial Services Authority.
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