The recent Google Book Settlement objection raised by Scott Grant caught the attention of many. But what did it mean and was it correct in its legal assumptions? We read James Grimmelmann’s take on the objection with interest and would urge you to do the same, 'GBS: Scott Gant's Attack on the Class'
‘This is a very good brief. It is the best-written and sharpest filing I have seen in the case. Only the proposed settlement itself tops it in imagination…’
James Grimmelmann is an Associate Professor at New York Law School, where he is affiliated with the Institute for Information Law and Policy and write and teaches on intellectual property and Internet-related subjects.
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