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McGraw Hill Reduced Royalties for Textbooks on Connect Platform Complaint

January 22, 2021

Book publishers pay authors royalties, which are normally based on the number of books sold. Authors might think that when books are published electronically, without the expense of printing and physical distribution, that their royalties would go up. However, the complaint for this class action alleges that McGraw Hill, LLC has reduced the amount of royalties it pays on electronic textbooks by claiming that part of the textbook’s cost is actually for “access” to the platform on which it publishes the textbooks.

Case Event File: McGraw Hill Reduced Royalties for Textbooks on Connect Platform Complaint

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