Random House Attorney's Fee Demand -- My Prayers Answered
Judge Daniels ruled that, "...Perdue's claim was not objectively unreasonable, and there was no evidence that Perdue pursued his claims with an improper motive and/or in bad faith. " -- page 2, line 8 of Daniel's Order .
The magistrate's report on which Daniels based his decision is far more detailed and spends a fair amount of time to support his opinion that I was _not_ the money-grubbing, gold-digging opportunist that Random House claimed in its legal papers and which Dan Brown publicly alleged on the Today Show.
The magistrate's report is here.
These two documents also do a very thorough job of describing the circumstances of the litigation that Random House started.
My petition for a writ of certiorari still remains for consideration before the Supreme Court.