ACS:Law case closes with out of court settlements

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Legal firm had already ceased trading amid the media storm

The legal battle between alleged illegal filesharers and law firm ACS:Law has finally drawn to a close, with the last of the disputes being settled outside of the courts. ACS:Law, and its sole r...

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