After the textbook publisher John Wiley & Sons Inc. sued Supap Kirtsaeng for copyright infringement, Kirtsaeng won a seminal U.S. Supreme Court decision that cleared his name. Not content to quit there, Kirtsaeng’s lawyers argued that Wiley should pay more than $2 million in attorney fees and court costs, including a substantial amount to cover pro bono work by Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe.
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