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Intellectual Property Litigation: Google Pushes the Bounds of Fair Use – and Wins

November 19, 2015 download PDF

Litigation partner Lew Clayton's Intellectual Property Litigation column appeared in the November 16 issue of The National Law Journal. The article, "Google Pushes the Bounds of Fair Use - and Wins," discusses The Authors Guild v. Google, in which the Second Circuit held that a Google database including millions of books was protected by fair use.

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