If an article that doesn't abide by fair use is published on a bulletin, it definitely seems that the author of the article would be liable. But would the bulletin be as well? In other words, does a bulletin or similar publishing party need to inspect the legality of articles it posts, or is that primarily the author of the article's responsibility?
An example could be a church bulletin that unknowingly shares an article quoting a Bible translation without attribution. While the author of the article would likely be liable to be sued by the copyright owners of the Bible translation—at least in theory, anyway—would any bulletins that publish the articles also be liable, meaning that before they post, they need to inspect the articles for potential legal issues?