New Jersey will have to pay the legal fees for a music promoter that sued the state to stop it from enforcing its “truth-in-music” law.
The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held on Aug. 5 in Singer Management Consultants Inc. v. Milgram , No. 09-2238, that the promoter, which accused the state of violating its constitutional and trademark rights, was a prevailing party for fee-shifting purposes.
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