[Videolib] Peter Jaszi on Google Print! An online workshop

From: Steven Petersen <SPetersen@umuc.edu>
Date: Wed Aug 05 2009 - 11:04:28 PDT


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Will the Google Print Settlement Change Libraries and Copyright

Join intellectual property law expert Peter Jaszi as he provides in
depth analysis for librarians and academics. This online workshop will
focus on copyright issues in the dispute between the Google Print
project and authors/publishers. Sessions will review this ambitious plan
to create a universal digital library, the lawsuits filed to block it,
and the recently proposed settlement agreement in the litigation.

Google Print in Depth
Dates: February 1-12, 2010
Register by: January 25
Instructor: Peter Jazsi, J.D., Faculty Director of the Glushko-Samuelson
Intellectual Property Law Clinic and Professor of Law at the Washington
College of Law at American University; Center for Intellectual Property
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Instructor: Kimberly Bonner, J.D., Executive Director of Center for
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Center For Intellectual Property
University of Maryland University College
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