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Kohn Appeals Penguin, Macmillan E-book Settlements

Posted at 5:05PM Monday 23 Dec 2013

The fight goes on: in a filing last week, RoyaltyShare founder Bob Kohn appealed final approval of the Macmillan and Penguin e-book settlements to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.

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