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Intellectual Property – Corporate Identity Theft – Attorney’s Fees (access required)

A plaintiff who won an injunction and $20,000 in damages in this suit alleging appropriation of plaintiff’s identity as The Flexible Benefits Council, a lobbying organization, can collect attorney’s fees and costs, but the Alexandria U.S. District Court only allows $292,500 in attorney’s fees on plaintiff’s request for nearly $560,000 in fees, and $16,886 in ...

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