The Radical Significance of the DU Photocopy case for Global Copyright

While the immediate beneficiaries of the Delhi high court’s judgment in the Delhi University photocopy case are obviously the university, the photocopy shop and the students and academics who filed intervention petitions supporting the right to photocopy, the import of Justice Endlaw’s finely reasoned judgment goes well beyond this specific case as well as its … More The Radical Significance of the DU Photocopy case for Global Copyright

Historic Delhi High Court Judgement Dismisses Publishers’ Copyright Infringement Petition

In its much awaited judgment in the Delhi University photocopying case (The Chancellor Masters and Scholars of the University of Oxford v. Rameshwari Photocopy Services), the Delhi High Court has dismissed the copyright infringement petition initiated in August 2012 by three publishers (Oxford, Cambridge and Taylor & Francis) against a photocopy shop located in the premises of … More Historic Delhi High Court Judgement Dismisses Publishers’ Copyright Infringement Petition