by Brady Kriss
Thu, Oct 27th 2011 6:14am
The judgements against copyright troll Righthaven are starting to pile up. Righthaven recently tried (unsuccessfully) to convince a Nevada court that $34k was more money than it could reasonably scrape together to post a bond while it appealed the adverse judgment in that case. Now another Nevada court has ruled against Righthaven, awarding the defendant Thomas DiBiase reasonable attorneys' fees and costs; this time in the even larger amount of $119,488.00. That's got to hurt.
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