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Macmillan Will Pay $20m To Settle Remaining Ebook Pricing Lawsuits

Posted at 7:26AM Tuesday 12 Feb 2013

Macmillan settled with the Department of Justice Friday over allegedly colluding to set ebook prices, and is now settling the class action and states' lawsuits remaining against it. Under a proposed settlement announced Friday night, Macmillan will pay $20 million to consumers represented by 33 states' attorneys general and by Hagens Berman, the law firm handling a separate, consolidated class action suit.

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