On September 30, 2010, the judge issued a ruling in favor of Georgia State on 2 of the three counts. See this summary from Duke's Scholarly Communications blog
The Judge has granted the defense motion for summary judgment on two of the three claims — direct and vicarious infringement — and denied it in regard to the third claim, which is contributory infringement. The plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment has been denied in its entirety. The net result is that the case will go forward on the single issue of contributory infringement.
Related post on LibraryLawBlog with every legal things you ever wanted to know about copyrights and e-reserves but were afraid to ask. Nov. 2009.