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On June 27, 2012 By Katharine Skinner June 26, 2012
Any college or graduate student knows that a new semester of classes means a new semester of paying sky-high prices for textbooks. Since costly books are not very conducive to an “in-school” budget, students instead often buy used books from upperclassmen or make photocopies if the professor places a textbook on [...]Continue Reading →
Google’s efforts to digitize books have hit legal roadblocks over the past few years. Several French publishers brought copyright suits against Google, which had been digitizing and making publicly available portions of many copyrighted works apparently despite publishers’ requests not to do so. In fact, Google was actually found guilty of copyright [...]Continue Reading →
On April 20, 2012 By Sam Beutler April 18, 2012
If you are searching for the a New York Times bestseller on Amazon, you may want to double check what you are purchasing. It is not uncommon for a book search to result in a series of titles that are strikingly similar to the novel that friends are telling you is “a must read.” [...]Continue Reading →
The Agency Model’s Dénouement? The DOJ Probes Alleged Price-Fixing by Apple and Book-Publishers Over E-Book Prices
On March 14, 2012 By Mike Dearington March 14, 2012
The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that the Department of Justice has warned Apple and five major publishing houses (Simon & Schuster, Hachette Book Group, Penguin Group (USA), Macmillan, and HarperCollins Publishers) that it plans to sue them for “allegedly colluding to raise the price of electronic books.” The DOJ [...]Continue Reading →
On August 3, 2011 By Paul Russell September 5, 2011
In the recent Captain America movie, Captain America responds to Dr. Abraham Erskine’s question “Do you want to kill Nazis?” with “I don’t want to kill nobody. I don’t like bullies; I don’t care where they’re from.” But alas, Captain America was not available to save the day for his creator’s estate [...]Continue Reading →
On June 30, 2011 By Megan DeLockery June 27, 2011
When a mysterious “Pottermore” website appeared online with a countdown clock, Harry Potter fans were soon abuzz with excitement over what J.K. Rowling might have in store. After days of speculation surrounding the purpose of the site, with guesses ranging from additional books in the series to an online role-playing game, J.K [...]Continue Reading →
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Courtney Love pays out big bucks to settle Twitter defamation case.
Warner Brothers hires big-time lawyers in dispute with Charlie Sheen.
LimeWire has documents to show record industry the benefits of file-sharing.
Prince has become purple pain for Manhattan law firm claiming [...]Continue Reading →
The Twilight franchise has grossed almost $800 million, and Nanette Shipley alleges she has not gotten a fair share of this blood bank. Nanette filed a lawsuit in LA superior court claiming that Maverick Films did not pay her what she was owed for being the literary scout who discovered the books with [...]Continue Reading →
In the news. . .
J.R.R. Tolkien estate threatens lawsuit over upcoming book featuring Tolkien as a character.
Literary “scout” sues over right to be paid for discovering “Twilight.”
Boarders bankruptcy petition lists creditors that include Sony Music Entertainment and Universal Music Group.
Congress wants to shut down “rogue” [...]Continue Reading →
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