Re: Can a recipients rights under GNU GPL be revoked? - Bradley M. Kuhn is not an attorney (he should go get his JD and get licensed).

From: vsnsdualce2
Date: Sun May 05 2019 - 13:44:26 EST


(Most state bar associations implement this or similar)

(b) A lawyer shall not form a partnership with a nonlawyer if any of the activities of the partnership consist of the practice of law.
(d) A lawyer shall not practice with or in the form of a professional corporation or association authorized to practice law for a profit, if:

(1) a nonlawyer owns any interest therein, except that a fiduciary representative of the estate of a lawyer may hold the stock or interest of the lawyer for a reasonable time during administration;

(2) a nonlawyer is a corporate director or officer thereof or occupies the position of similar responsibility in any form of association other than a corporation ; or

(3) a nonlawyer has the right to direct or control the professional judgment of a lawyer.

Steve McIntyre Wrote:
It's just bullshit trolling. Multiple different From: addresses, all
sent via Easily blocked/ignored.

Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK. >steve@xxxxxxxxxx
There's no sensation to compare with this
Suspended animation, A state of bliss

How about you shut you fucking mouth about professions you are not involved in?

Free licenses are revocable. They are simply permission and not backed by any bargained-for consideration. Weather you like it or not, Weather it gets you "mad" or not.

On 2019-05-05 12:07, rhkramer@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
On Sunday, May 05, 2019 12:51:15 AM vsnsdualce2@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
Bar rules do not allow lawyers to serve under a non-lawyer
an organization, and the organization was essentially a pro-bono law
(which really needed a attorney in it's ranks...)

That's interesting, but (off the point of this email exchange), it puzzles me
-- many corporations headed by non-lawyers have lawyers on staff, so I'm
guessing that the statement you made applies only to organizations like law
firms, or, the lawyers on the staff of a non-law corporation are in
something at
least a little different than the normal employer / employee relationship.

(PS: I stand corrected on Kuhn being a lawyer -- thanks for the correction.)

Now I have to debate (with myself) whether to prune the cc list -- I forget
the original post -- was it really this widespread?