Google, Publishers Settle Lawsuit over Book Scanning | PW

Google, Publishers Settle Lawsuit over Book Scanning | PW It’s over—at least for publishers. The Association of American Publishers and Google today announced they have settled their long-running litigation over Google’s library book scanning. According to a statement from the AAP, Google is said to “acknowledge the rights and interests of copyright-holders,” and U.S. publishers […]

Judge Chin Warns Google Settlement Parties on ‘A Tight Discovery’ Deadline

Judge Denny Chin once again adjourned the Google Book Settlement case to another in-court status conference on September 15th. Today, in the Circuit Court, it was a case of as you were. It’s hard to believe there is any basis for either side in this case overcoming the current impasse since Judge Chin rejected the proposed […]

Google Books Settlement Statement

Google Books Settlement Statement Reaction from the Association of American Publishers… Washington, DC, March 22, 2011 —Speaking on behalf of the publisher plaintiffs (The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.; Pearson Education, Inc; Penguin Group (USA) Inc.; Simon & Schuster, Inc.; John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; Association of American Publishers, Inc.; Harlequin Enterprises Limited; Macmillan Publishers Limited; Melbourne […]