A plagiarism fight involving two British authors of books about young wizards has crossed the pond.

A trustee of the estate of late author Adrian Jacobs filed a copyright infringement suit on Tuesday against Scholastic Inc., the U.S. publisher of the wildly popular Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling. The trustee sued the British publishers of the series in 2009 and Rowling in 2010. Those cases are pending.

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