Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Law school requests court record $125m Google Books Search settlement proceedings

New York Law School Prof. James Grimmelmann of the blog The Laboratorium reports that the law school’s Institute for Information Law & Policy has filed a renewed request for a video recording of the $125 million Google Books Search settlement proceedings, scheduled to be held by U.S. District Court Judge Denny Chin on October 7th in New York City. Apparently, there will not be a court reporter present, “so unless the proceedings are recorded, the millions of interested parties will be forced to rely entirely on secondhand, potentially inaccurate accounts.”

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