A jury’s June 2006 verdict of nearly $18.9 million in a copyright infringement case has swelled to more than $30 million with pre- and post-judgment interest now that a federal appeals court has ruled that the original award was not excessive.

The decision by a unanimous three-judge panel in Graham Co. v. Haughey includes several significant holdings on issues of when pre-judgment interest should be awarded and how it should be calculated.

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