Authors Guild v. Google – Court Certifies Class Action, Denies Google’s Motion to Dismiss

Authors Guild v. Google class action Several authors’ rights groups brought this action in 2005 over the Library Project, through which Google is scanning millions of books from university libraries and making “snippets” of these books available through Google searches. The parties had reached an historic settlement in 2010, but Judge Chin ultimately rejected it on March 22, 2011, finding that the settlement went beyond what was permitted by the law because it involved agreements for future copyrighted works.     For informational purposes only.   Not legal advice.]]]]> ]]>

Interview – The World

Tor Ekeland was interviewed by public radio’s longest-running daily global news program, The World, on how the Assange ruling highlights conditions of the US prison

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On Blackstone 7: The Lost Works

For all the Originalists’ trash talk I’m shocked that most of William Blackstone’s writings are out of print. In 2016, Oxford University Press published an

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