When the National Book Network entered the AMS/PGW bankruptcy sweepstakes, we had a feeling things were going to get contentious, and fast. And so it has come to pass, as PW Daily reports that things are heating up with the February 12 court date for judge Christopher Sontchi to rule on the competing offers looms ever closer. To wit: both Perseus (which is claiming a small victory in that it has now received more than the 65% response rate from PGW publishers necessary to bring the offer before the court) and NBN have sent in revised proposals to the PGW Ad Hoc Steering Committee, and at the moment – according to Radio Free PGW – committee is recommending that all PGW publishers sign the NBN offer (after the distributor agreed to a number of the changes in the contract recommended by said committee) and fax it to NBN by Sunday.
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