A professor at Stanford who took on the highly litigious James Joyce estate has been awarded $240,000 in costs. She had some very high powered legal help.
It is reported that Stephen Joyce, an heir "told one performer, who had simply memorized a portion of Finnegans Wake for an onstage presentation, that he had probably "already infringed" on the estate's copyright".
Here's the story.
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Cause to Rejoice With $240,000 Cost Award
Posted by Howard Knopf at 1:03 pm
Labels: carol shloss, james joyce, stepen joyce
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