Orrick Loses Bid To Recoup Fees from Publisher Wiley

, The Litigation Daily


After winning a Supreme Court copyright ruling against publisher John Wiley & Sons, Supap Kirtsaeng argued that Wiley should pay $2 million for his legal fees, including a substantial amount for work that Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe did pro bono. The judge disagreed.

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