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Lawyers and litigants are counting days to determine how many dollars are at stake in the case of the music promoters who hijacked the name of The Drifters, famous for rock oldies like “Under the Boardwalk,” “Save the Last Dance for Me” and the apt “Money Honey.”

U.S. District Judge Dickinson Debevoise set a 90-day deadline Thursday for entrepreneur Larry Marshak and his associates to supply an accounting of their profits from 2001 to 2007 from bands with The Drifters name in the title in violation of a 1999 injunction obtained by trademark owner Faye Treadwell.

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