After court victories against bans on video games deemed violent or sexually explicit, the industry is running up the score by collecting $1.5 million in attorney fees. The Entertainment Software Association, an industry group, has filed most of the suits. According to the ESA, the percentage of attorney fees approved by judges may be growing because "courts are starting to recognize these laws aren't constitutional from introduction, and there's no question they'll be stricken."
Video Game Industry Scores Attorney Fees
The National Law Journal
January 4, 2007
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