Alessandra Glorioso Cited in Google Books Settlement

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A Note written by Hofstra Law student Alessandra Glorioso 3L, “Google Books: An Orphan Works Solution,” 38 Hofstra L. Rev. 971 (2010), was cited in a decision handed down by Judge Chin of the Southern District of New York regarding the 2008 Google Books settlement.  Glorioso is the News & Comments Editor for the Hofstra Law Review.  Click here for more details about the case.

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