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2010 ALA Annual Conference: “Life After the Google Book Search Settlement”

  • Corey Williams, ALA Representative
  • Jonathan Band, author of multiple academic articles related to the settlement
  • James Grimmelmann, Professor at NYLS
  • Marybeth Peters, Register of Copyright, U.S. Copyright Office
  • Johanna Shelton, Senior Policy Council, Google
  • Mark Sandler, Director, Center for Library Initiatives, Committee on Institutional Cooperation
New York Public Library, Expanding Access to Books: Implications of the Google Books Settlement Agreement July 28 2009
  • David Drummond, Senior Vice President, Corporate Development and Chief Legal Officer, Google
  • Riachard Sarnoff, Co-chairman, Association of American Publishers
  • Jim Gleick, Author and Authors Guild Board Member
  • Peter Petre, Author and Authors Guild Board Member
  • Jonathan Band, Author of “A Guide for the Perplexed: Libraries & the Google Library Project Settlement”
The Kernochan Center for Law, Media and the Arts at Columbia University, “The Google Books Settlement: What Will It Mean for the Long Term?” March 13, 2009 James Grimmelmann and Siva Vaidhyanathan , Google and the Future of Higher Education, February 27, 2009

Tim Barton, Robert Darnton and Adam Smith , The Google Book Project, WNYC Radio, July 22, 2009

Larry Lessig, Is Google Book Search “Fair Use”?

Alexander Macgillivray , Former Deputy General Counsel for Products and Intellectual Property at Google, Berkman Luncheon Series at Harvard July 21, 2009

Pam Samuelson, Reflections on the Google Booksearch Settlement, 2009 Kilgour Lecture, University of North Carolina

James Grimmelmann, on WBAI 99.5 FM discussing the Google Book Search lawsuits.

Lawrence Lessig, Berkman Center for Internet & Society Podcast, August 3, 2009

House Judiciary Hearing Webcast or Audio Part 1, Part 2, September 10, 2009

Ben Bunnell, Google at ALA: Google Book Search and Google Scholar, 2006 ALA Conference, June 2006

D is for Digitize, New York Law School, October 8-10, 2009

The Google Book Search Project, Lawsuit, and Settlement, October 8, 2009

  • Jonathan Band, Policy Bandwidth
The Controversy in Context, October 8, 2009
  • James Grimmelmann, New York Law School
L is for Lawsuit, October 9, 2009
  • Moderator: Richard Chused, New York Law School; Panelists: Jonathan Band, Policy Bandwidth, Michael Guzman, Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Todd, Evans & Figel, PLLC, Cynthia Arato, Macht, Shapiro, Arato, & Isserles LLP
I is for Industry, October 9, 2009
  • Moderator: Steven Hetcher, Vanderbilt Univeristy; Panelists: Michael Cairns, Information Media Partners, Dan Clancy, Google, Michael Healy, Book Industry Study Group, Andrew DeVore, DeVore and DeMarco LLP, Victor Perlman, American Society of Media Photographers
K is for Keynote, October 9, 2009
  • Moderator: James Grimmelmann, New York Law School; Keynote Conversants: Paul Courant, University of Michigan, Pamela Samuelson, University of California at Berkeley
C is for Culture, October 9, 2009
  • Moderator: Camille Broussard, New York Law School; Panelists: Paul Duguid, University of California at Berkeley, Mary Murrell, University of California at Berkeley, Daniel Reetz,, Robin Sloan, author and futurist
P is for Public, October 9, 2009
  • Moderator: Frank Pasquale, Seton Hall University; Panelists: Cindy Cohn, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Chris Danielsen, National Federation of the Blind, John Verdi, Electronic Privacy Information Center, Carrie Russell, American Library Association, Lateef Mtima, Howard University
O is for Orphans, October 10, 2009
  • Moderator: Wendy Gordon, Boston University; Panelists: Bernard Lang, INRIA, Michelle Woods, Copyright Office, Jule Sigall, Microsoft, Harry Lewis, Harvard University, Katharina de la Durantaye, St. Johns University, School of Law
A is for Antitrust Part 1 & Part 2, October 10, 2009
  • Moderator: Christopher Suarez, Yale University; Panelists: Einer Elhauge, Harvard University, Gary Reback, Carr & Ferrell LLP, Matthew Schruers, Computer and Communications Industry Association, Sherwin Siy, Public Knowledge
The Federalist Society, Implications of the Google Book Search Settlement, December 14, 2009
  • Richard A. Epstein, James Parker Hall Distinguished Service Professor of Law at the University of Chicago and Visiting Professor of Law, New York University Law School and Jonathan M. Jacobson, Partner, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. The discussion was led by Scott Hemphill of Columbia Law.
PBS Newshour, Google’s Goal: Digitize Every Book Ever Printed, December 30, 2009
  • Dan Clancy, director of Google Books; Michael Keller, Stanford librarian; Gary Reback, attorney representing the Open Book Alliance; Pam Samuelson, law professor at UC-Berkeley; and Amy Thomas, bookstore owner
Internet Society’s Google Book Settlement Workshop Webcast(audio only), Google Book Settlement Workshop Webcast(video), January 20, 2010
  • Paul Aiken of the Authors Guild, James Grimmelmann of New York Law School and Lyn Chu of Writers’ Reps LLC
Australian Broadcasting Commission’s, Rear View (audio only)

J. Craig Williams and Bob Ambrogi, Lawyer 2 Lawyer, The Google Books Settlement, March 4, 2010

  • James Grimmelmann of New York Law School and Jonathan Band of Policy Bandwith.
2010 ACLS Annual Meeting, “The Google Books Settlement: Implications for Scholarship” May 7, 2010

American Library Association Washington, Panel Discussion on Life after the Google Book Search Settlement (GBS) June 26, 2010