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AIME v. UCLA

The AIME v. UCLA case centered on a copyright infringement case filed by the AIME and Ambrose Video against UCLA for its videostreaming of digitized material for classroom use.  

The district court dismissed the case with prejudice in November, 2012 (see "November 26, 2012, memo", below), after previously dismissing it in 2011 but accepting an amended complaint.  

As of January 8, 2012, no appeal had yet been filed. The case later settled. 

 

 

 

Last Edited: 6 November 2014