A Washington Heights, N.Y., barber shop that was sued for an “unauthorized showing” of a pay-per-view boxing match has won a bout in court, after a federal magistrate judge rejected a request by the pay-per-view company for $111,000 in damages.

Instead, Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Gabriel W. Gorenstein, in Kingvision Pay-Per-View v. Espinosa, 05 Civ. 10178, ordered defendants Elizabeth Espinosa and Azua Barber Shop to pay $3,725 in statutory damages and legal costs.

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