Nice to see the open source (and free or low cost) casebook movement continue to gather steam. Even better that we are starting to see epub/mobi editions; pdf’s often present poorly on mobile devices:
Professor Eric Goldman’s 2014 Internet Law casebook and syllabus (pdf – $8, hard copy and kindle editions).
Professors Rebecca Tushnet and Eric Goldman’s 2014 Advertising & Marketing Law casebook (pdf and epub editions – $11.50).
Professor James Boyle (Duke law school) and Jennifer Jenkins’ (Director of Duke’s Center for the Study of the Public Domain) Intellectual Property: Law & the Information Society; cases & materials (open casebook – 2014 edition) (pdf edition – free; paperback – $29.99).
Professor James Grimmelmann’s Internet Law: Cases and Problems 4.0 (pdf – $30 suggested price).
The United States Copyright Office has released a public draft of its “Compendium of U.S. Copyright Office Practices, Third Edition” (1,222 page pdf – free). Pending final review, the compendium (the first since 1984′s Second Edition) will take formal effect on or around December 15, 2014.