The Open Source Casebook provides an analysis of several key legal topics in open source, grounded in primary sources.
This casebook does not provide legal advice, and represents the views solely of its contributors in their individual capacities. Please consult with your own lawyer for legal advice.
You can contribute to the casebook at https://github.com/google/opencasebook.
The Casebook reproduces and discusses primary sources like case law, statutes, and license text.
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- Patent Licensing and Exhaustion in Open Source
- Trademarks in Open Source
- Authorship in Open Souce
- Resolving Contractual Ambiguity in Open Source Licenses
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