In an earlier version of our story on HarperCollins' victory in its copyright infringement suit against Open Road, we mistakenly put the damages as applying per copy, when in fact, it applies per work infringed. There is a single infringement at issue in this case, not multiple infringements per copy sold. Thus, damages could not run into the millions. We regret the error.
More good news for Open Road, is that it is unlikely that damages will even run close to the potential $150,000 ceiling for willful infringement. In a footnote in the ruling, it is noted that HarperCollins "appeared to reconsider their claim of willful infringement."