HarperCollins agrees to remove excerpts from the book “Putin’s People”, due to which the co-owner of “Alfa Group”
According to him, the publishing house concluded an amicable settlement with the plaintiffs, under which it will apologize. Lawyers HarperCollins noted that these are three paragraphs, and in an apology the company must indicate that The author of the book, Reuters special correspondent Catherine Belton, did not apply to businessmen for comment.
A lawsuit has been filed in London against Abramovich and Friedman against the publisher of a book about Putin
Tomlinson, who also represents interests in court
Abramovich sued HarperCollins in March this year. The billionaire believed that the statements in Belton’s book were detrimental to his reputation and the activities of his Chelsea football club. The lawsuits were later filed by Friedman and Aven, as well as former Forbes Golden Hundred member Shalva Chigirinsky.
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The investigative book “Putin’s People” was published in April 2020. She talks about strengthening the influence of members of President Vladimir Putin’s entourage and is based on comments, mostly on condition of anonymity. The Economist included this book in the list of major publications of 2020.
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