Week 4 (Oct. 18): The opposition | Tom Rubin | September 02, 2017

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Week 4 (Oct. 18): The opposition

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Courts routinely rubberstamp class action settlements. The Google Books settlement was on a path to be no exception. How that changed is a study of interests and activism in the digital age. We will examine the rise of the opposition to the settlement and review key objections from governments, public interest organizations, rightsowners, competitors, and others. EDIT PLAYLIST INFORMATION DELETE PLAYLIST

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September 03, 2017

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Tom Rubin

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Stanford Law School

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