Fee Agreement Closes Book On James Joyce Saga

Law360, New York (September 28, 2009, 3:12 PM EDT) -- The estate of James Joyce has agreed to fork over $240,000 in attorneys' fees to a Stanford University professor and her counsel, marking the final chapter in a long-standing dispute over whether she had the right to use copyrighted material in her scholarship on the famed author.

On Monday the Stanford Law School’s Fair Use Project announced the estate's payment in connection with a 2007 settlement, and professor Carol Shloss and her attorneys hailed it as a breakthrough for scholars everywhere.

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