Access Copyright v. York University: An Anatomy of a Predictable But Avoidable Loss

“Two weeks ago, Justice Phelan of the Federal Court handed Access Copyright a huge victory in its lawsuit against York University.

. . . In a nutshell, York has chosen to ignore the most important question in this case, namely whether tariffs approved by the Copyright Board become mandatory on users. The answer to this question carries long-term strategic implications for Access Copyright and for all educational institutions in Canada.”

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Access Copyright v. York University: An Anatomy of a Predictable But Avoidable Loss

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