Whispers And Warnings For April 10th

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Lulu published a book by a convicted killer who went to court to keep his royalties
“Convicted Atlanta Olympics bomber Eric Rudolph is fighting efforts by federal prosecutors in Alabama to seize the small profits from an autobiography he recently published from prison.”

TheLostOgle.com – Files suit against Gov. Mary Fallin alleging violations of the Open Records Act
“The filing comes after TheLostOgle.com joined other media in filing a records request seeking emails and other documents that Fallin’s office used in deciding not to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. ”

New Filings Hint Royalties Driving HarperCollin’s Suit Against Open Road
“HarperCollins would not meet Open Road’s 50% royalty offer…”

Augsburg Fortress Publishers agrees to pay $4.5M for pension plan failure
“The settlement would pay about a quarter of the pension plan’s benefits for almost 500 employees and retirees of the Minneapolis-based publishing arm of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.”

Frederick News-Post files suit against the FCC
“Newspaper seeks former college president’s settlement information.”

Photog’s Copyright Suit Against Pearson Survives
“A lawsuit accusing Pearson Education Inc. of putting a photographer’s work in its textbooks without permission can go forward, a federal judge ruled Friday…”

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