Gettin' Paid, Gettin' Rich!
According to op-ed copyright crusader Rose von Perbandt of Bradenton, FL, I'm in the right industry:
"A decent arts attorney charges $2,000 to $3,000 a day! The average cost of intellectual property litigation is more than $500,000."
That may be true if we're talking about the RIAA going after Grokster, but I don't think those are the average numbers for a typical IP case.
Here's the op-ed in it's entirety, not really worth reading though:
SW Florida Herald Tribune - Copyright Infringement Op-Ed
By the way, anyone know a NYC IP firm that's hiring (preferrably one that'll pay me about $2,000 per day)? :)