Google Books Deal Still In Limbo, Atty Tells Court

Law360, New York (June 1, 2011, 6:41 PM EDT) -- No new settlement has been reached on Google Inc.'s plans to develop a massive digital library following a judge's rejection of a $125 million class action deal with authors and publishers over antitrust concerns, a lawyer reported in New York federal court Wednesday.

Bruce P. Keller, a lawyer for publishers including The McGraw-Hill Cos. Inc., Simon & Schuster Inc. and Penguin Group (USA) Inc. told Judge Denny Chin at a conference that parties in a class action over the plan were still in talks but had ...
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