Judge Denny Chin ruled Google's mass copying and presentation of "snippets" of copyrighted works is shielded by the fair use doctrine
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Google's mass-copying of copyrighted works to build a digital library of more than 20 million books is shielded by the fair use doctrine, Judge Denny Chin ruled yesterday
...legal teams. She and the lead plaintiffs lawyer, Michael Boni of Boni & Zack, both left larger firms during the litigation to start their own...
...effective August 1. Boni is managing partner at Boni & Zack. Additions ...
Manipulation of the index used to calculate the interest rate paid by big banks to municipal bond issuers on interest-rate swaps led to sizable losses for Philadelphia and other government entities a
...et al.: Michael J. Boni, Joshua D. Snyder, John E. Sindoni, Boni & Zack LLC, Bala Cynwyd, PA. For Appellees The...
The circuit said Monday that Judge Denny Chin's decision to certify the class was premature because he had not determined the merits of Google's fair-use defense under the Copyright Act to copying an
...last week. Zack, 58, died after a fight of several years with breast cancer. Michael J. Boni, who formed a law...
A group of book publishers has dropped out of the long-running copyright battle over Google Inc.'s plan to scan the world's books into a vast digital library, but the project's most vocal opponent, t
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