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The unpredictable and subjective nature of publishing can look like incompetence to those outside the industry.
In November 2021, the US Department of Justice moved to block, on antitrust grounds, the acquisition of Simon & Schuster by Penguin Random House.
The case was brought by a Virginia politician running for Congress, Tommy Altman, and he isn’t interested in school library removal alone.
The same firm that filed a lawsuit against Amazon earlier this year has now filed a second lawsuit on behalf of a bookstore in Evanston, IL.
When the CASE Act passed last year, it put in place a new “small claims court” system at the US Copyright Office.
Skyhorse Publishing is upset over a new HBO documentary that includes snippets of Allen’s audiobook (narrated by Allen).
Law firm Hagens Berman has filed a new ebook price-fixing suit against Amazon.
In a case of déjà sue, Hagens Berman is litigating against anticompetitive practices it helped put in place seven years ago.
The new system is designed to enable small-scale copyright claims by authors without lawyers, but anyone can opt out of the process—possibly undermining its benefits.