Defendants Win Attorney Fee Award In Michigan Federal Copyright Case

DETROIT - Having already found that a plaintiff's copyrighted book was published and sold with permission by two defendants, a Michigan federal judge on March 20 went one step further, awarding the defendants $74,067 in attorney fees and costs (Talecia Chambers and Billy Joe Chambers v. Ingram Book Co., et al.,  No. 09-14731, E.D. Mich.; 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 37125).

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