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Law School Dean Klonoff quoted in The New York Times

March 05, 2009

Lewis & Clark Law School Dean Robert Klonoff is quoted in a recent story in the New York Times regarding Google’s efforts to reach all copyright holders through a series of notices being placed in print publications world wide. The outreach effort is a result of a class-action suit by copyright holders regarding Google’s plan to offer all of literature online. Klonoff, the author of a recent law review article titled “Making Class Actions Work: The Untapped Potential of the Internet,” is an expert in class action litigation. He is the senior author of the first and only casebook on class actions and he serves as an Associate Reporter for the American Law Institute class action project, “Principles of the Law of Aggregate Litigation.”

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