The Superior Court of Pennsylvania affirmed on Wednesday a nearly $600,000 judgment for a class of attorneys and law firms who were overcharged by a company that copies medical records.

The court, in Liss & Marion v. Recordex Acquisition Corp., denied all seven of Recordex’s issues on appeal. The three-judge panel ruled that the class was not overly broad, summary judgment in favor of the class was appropriate and prejudgment interest in the amount of nearly $115,000 was not speculative.

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