books-stack.jpgIPNews® – Four textbook publishers settled claims Tuesday against five companies they accused of selling and distributing counterfeit copies of their copyrighted and trademarked work.

The settlements include a total of $2.6 million in payments to publishers Cengage Learning Inc., John Wiley and Sons Inc., Pearson Education Inc. and McGraw-Hill Education, as well as agreements to refrain from any further infringing behavior. The settling companies include Kentwood Industries, Texas Book Company, Sterling Educational Media, Davis Textbook and ABSnext Corp. To continue reading, click: Textbook Publishers Settle Series Of Counterfeit Book Copyright, Trademark Suits