Lucky Gunner recovers $280,000 in legal fees
My favorite line: "The Brady Campaign declined Guns.com's request for comment about paying court costs and the dismissal."
If Brady pays it (they're the attorneys, and the award is assessed against their client, not themselves) that'd be about 10% of their assets, or 5% of their budget. If they don't ... they're gonna have some serious problems finding clients for future cases.
UPDATE: I can't find where the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act provides for attorneys' fees. The operative part of the statute simply says that a "qualified action," lawsuit, shall not be brought and any pending ones shall be dismissed. I wonder if the judge might have awarded the fees as sanctions for bringing an utterly frivolous suit. That's a rare action for a court to take, the suit has to be utterly beyond the pale, and in awarding them the judge could assess them directly against the attorneys.