ACS Law may have to pay costs in file-sharing case

Stuart Sumner
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Law firm that sent legal letters to alleged file sharers sees final cases closed

Solicitors ACS Law may be ordered to pay court costs for the cases it brought against alleged illegal file sharers. Judges are able to apply a verdict of wasted costs to cases where they conside...

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