eBook Ch. 2, Pt. 2
How Much Does
a Copyright Lawsuit Cost?

Ch. 2: Copyright Infringement: Not the Highest Form of Flattery
Pt. 2: How Much Does a Copyright Lawsuit Cost?

For a full-fledged copyright infringement lawsuit, expect to pay around $250,000 for litigation costs when all is said and done, according to The American Intellectual Property Law Association's (AIPLA) Report of the Economic Survey 2015 [PDF] . Those numbers represent the median cost of lawsuits for copyright infringement involving less than $1 million in damages.

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