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McGraw-Hill Lowers Base for Textbook Author Royalties Complaint

February 8, 2021

Authors of books receive royalties from their publishers that are a percentage of the sale price of their works. This class action takes issue with a recent practice of textbook publisher McGraw-Hill Education, Inc., alleging that the company has improperly made deductions from the price of its textbooks, thereby reducing the amount on which royalties are calculated, and “shorting” the authors. This, the complaint claims, violates their publishing agreements.

Case Event File: McGraw-Hill Lowers Base for Textbook Author Royalties Complaint

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