Curtis Brown opposes Jeffrey Archer lawsuit

Curtis Brown opposes Jeffrey Archer lawsuit

Curtis Brown has said it "entirely rejects" a lawsuit from Jeffrey Archer alleging the agency failed to secure more than £500,000 in payments from publisher Pan Macmillan.

The author has accused the agency of failing to secure money from book deals with Pan Macmillan over the 17-year period he was represented by the agency.

Archer parted ways with Curtis Brown last year and has now said he is owed at least £538,486 in missing payments for his books as well as £250,000 for accrued interest, according to a report in the London Evening Standard. The Bookseller understands that legal proceedi...

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