Willkie Farr, counsel to Lime Wire, urged the judge to reject the record companies' argument that they should be awarded damages for each instance of infringement. With thousands of users and millions of downloads, Lime Wire's liability could have been staggering. Instead, she held, damages should be limited to one award per work.
Manhattan Federal Judge Kimba Wood Calls Record Companies' Request for $75 Trillion in Damages 'Absurd' in Lime Wire Copyright Case
The American Lawyer
March 15, 2011
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