SoA urges Freight liquidator to revert authors' rights

SoA urges Freight liquidator to revert authors' rights

The Society of Authors has urged the provisional liquidator in control of Freight Books to revert the rights of its authors, arguing that the publisher is in breach of contract. But Ian Wright, m.d. of WRI Associates, has said the company is not yet in liquidation and contracts have not yet been terminated.

Wright was appointed provisional liquidator of Freight Books, the imprint founded by Davinder Samrai and Adrian Searle in 2011, last month, following a court order brought by Glasgow based printers Bell and Bain over unpaid work dating back to the beginning of the year. Operations at th...

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