ACS:Law faces massive legal bill for wasting court's time

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Judge Birss says firm's 'chaotic and lamentable' conduct led to unnecessary costs

Controversial law firm ACS:Law may have to pay all the costs incurred as part of its notorious legal action against broadband ISP customers it accused of taking part in illegal internet copyright i...

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