The Law School Admissions Council, which administers the Law School Admissions Test, is suing test prep company TestMasters for unauthorized use of LSAT test materials.

The council filed its copyright infringement and breach of contract case, The Law School Admissions Council Inc. v. Robin Singh Educational Services Inc. d.b.a. TestMasters, on Sept. 4 in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

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