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Chin grows impatient with Google Books parties

Karen Bolipata, New York

Judge Denny Chin reluctantly granted eight more weeks of negotiations in the Google Books case today, but warned the parties he would not delay much longer

“It’s been a long time,” said Judge Denny Chin, a former district court judge who took the case with him when he was elevated to the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. “Are we ever going to get...

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