After this morning's JKR VS RDR verdict
in New York City, we received official statements
from Warner Brothers and JK Rowling. Now, we have a statement from RDR Books, who was to be the publisher of the Harry Potter Lexicon:
"We are encouraged by the fact the Court recognized that as a general matter authors do not have the right to stop the publication of reference guides and companion books about literary works. As for the Lexicon, we are obviously disappointed with the result, and RDR is considering all of its options."
The full text of the trial decision is also now online
. It notes that RDR has to pay statutory damages of $750 for each of the seven Potter
books as well as Fantastic Beasts
and Quidditch Through the Ages
. That brings it to a total of $6,750.