> The Linux Foundation currently has an NDA program intended to connect developers with
hardware documentation. Perhaps a similar program (under the auspices of the Linux Foundation,
or of another group like the Software Freedom Law Center or the Open Invention Network) could be
created for access to legal information.
But the problem isn't that the information the lawyers might have needs to be kept from third
parties, it's that it needs to remain between only themselves and their clients in order to remain
privileged. An NDA won't do the job in my IANAL opinion.
[There seems to be a bug with posting. LWN kept saying I was trying to post an empty comment,
but hitting back showed the text intact. copy-reload-paste seems to have fixed it.]