Publishers win ruling against Mich. photocopier

Baker, John F.; Reid, Calvin
June 1994
Publishers Weekly;6/20/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 25, p20
Trade Publication
Reports that the Association of American Publishers won the suit it filed against Michigan Document Services for unauthorized photocopying for course packs. Ruling by a federal district court judge in Michigan; Amount of fine which includes damages and plaintiffs' legal fees; Court's decision as the latest in a series of court rulings on unauthorized photocopying.


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