The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals issued its decision in the long-running copyright infringement lawsuit over the use of electronic reserves. The court reversed the decision of the District Court, and remanded the case for further proceedings. The decision is here.
News of and commentary on the decision is beginning:
- Chronicle of Higher Education – Publishers Win Reversal of Court Ruling That Favored ‘E-Reserves’ at Georgia State U.
- Inside Higher Ed – A ‘Partial Win’ for Publishers
- American Association of Publishers – AAP Pleased with the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals Ruling
- Oxford University Press (Sage and Cambridge University Press issued the identical statement) – OUP response to 11th Circuit Court Ruling in Georgia State University Lawsuit
- Scholarly Communications @ Duke – GSU appeal ruling — the more I read, the better it seems
- Copyright Librarian – 11th Circuit Rules On Georgia State Fair Use Case
- Techdirt – Appeals Court Overturns Important Fair Use Win Concerning University ‘E-Reserves’ — But Potentially For Good Reasons