US Supreme Court debates copyright case attorneys’ fees in Kirtsaeng
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Susap Kirtsaeng v John Wiley, with justices appearing sceptical that prevailing defendants should be awarded fees in close cases
The Supreme Court this week heard oral arguments in Supap Kirtsaeng v John Wiley, in which the issue of attorneys’ fees in copyright cases was discussed.
The long-running case had previously been at the Supreme Court, ruling 6-3 in 2013...
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