Cengage Settles Lawsuit with Authors over New Unlimited Subscription

Last week, educational publisher Cengage announced that it had settled a lawsuit filed by textbook authors David Knox and Caroline Schact over a dispute
Last week, educational publisher Cengage announced that it had settled a lawsuit filed by textbook authors David Knox and Caroline Schact over a dispute alleging that Cengage's new unlimited subscription service will dramatically reduce their textbook sales and royalties. The authors were also concerned that there was not an appropriate audit mechanism in place to understand royalty payments under the new compensation system. Knox and Schacht sought class action status for their claim, filed in the Southern District of New York in May. The settlement amount was not disclosed....

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