Information Media and Equipment (AIME) v. University of California at Los Angeles
This is not a lawsuit that I was familiar, so thanks to Peter Murray for bringing it to my attention via Google+.
Quoting the Chronicle of Higher Education:
Those plaintiffs [AIME and Ambrose Video Publishing Inc.] claimed that UCLA had violated copyright and breached its contract by copying DVD’s of Shakespeare plays acquired from Ambrose and streaming them online for faculty and students to use in courses.The judge dismissed the lawsuit and provided "a little bit of good news, hardly definitive, for the fair use claim that was being made by UCLA." (Quoting Peter Smith)
Here is the even better news, according to The Chronicle: