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Publisher John Wiley & Sons and a graduate from Cornell University are heading back to the US Supreme Court after a writ concerning the standard for awarding attorneys’ fees in copyright cases was granted.
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US Supreme Court; Supap Kirtsaeng; John Wiley & Sons; copyright; attorneys’ fees; first-sale doctrine