College Textbooks Inclusive Access Program Antitrust Complaint

June 3, 2020

College students spend approximately $1,200 per year on textbooks. This class action alleges that certain publishers and booksellers have entered into a conspiracy to limit choice about where and how students get their textbooks, so that they can tie up college markets and ensure that prices are high. The complaint bring suit against a group of publishers and a group of retailers under the antitrust laws.

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