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Harper Seeks Injunction In Dispute With Open Road

Posted at 11:08AM Monday 26 May 2014

Calling it a case of "blatant infringement," attorneys for HarperCollins have asked the court for a permanent injunction blocking Open Road from publishing its unauthorized e-book edition of Jean Craighead George's Julie of the Wolves, as well as more than $1.1 million in damages and attorney costs.

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