'Porn Troll' Slapped With New Fee, Atty Pleads Poverty

Law360, San Francisco (May 24, 2013, 4:45 PM EDT) -- In the latest blow to so-called porn copyright troll Prenda Law, a California federal judge Friday slapped the firm with more than $9,000 in fees — the day after one of its former attorneys attempted to escape a more than $80,000 fine imposed by another California federal judge.  

U.S. District Court Judge Charles Breyer agreed Friday with defendant David Trinh's argument that Prenda Law and AF Holdings should pay the $9,425 in fees his attorneys racked up defending him against allegations that he pirated Prenda's...
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