After Third Ruling, Is GSU E-Reserves Case Finally Nearing Conclusion?

On March 2, Judge Orinda Evans delivered her third ruling in the long-running copyright case over college course readings, and recent filings suggest the biggest issue that remains is who will pay the bills for the last 12 years of litigation. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

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Will the third time be the charm in the Georgia State University e-reserves case? With an April 26 deadline for reply briefs looming in the now 11-year-old copyright case, it's any observer's guess. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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For Second Time, Appeals Court Hears GSU E-Reserves Case

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Publishers Lose Another Round in GSU Copyright Case

Judge Orinda Evans has once again rejected the publisher plaintiffs’ bid for sweeping injunctive relief in the Georgia State University e-reserves case, and affirmed that the plaintiffs must also pay GSU's legal costs. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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