Daniel Morel and the High Cost of Copyright Infringement Claims

June 3, 2015

By David Walker

The law firm largely responsible for helping photographer Daniel Morel win a $1.2 million jury award for copyright infringement—the maximum amount allowed by law—spent more than twice that amount to prosecute Morel’s case. And now, that law firm has to write off its costs as a loss.  The reason is because a federal court has rejected a motion by Morel...

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