Judge orders UA to pay artist's court costs
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- A federal judge has ruled that the University of Alabama should pay nearly $17,000 in court costs to an artist known for painting iconic images of Crimson Tide athletic events.
The Tuscaloosa News reports (http://bit.ly/1cZaglA) that the judge's decision in favor of artist Daniel Moore comes after an eight-year legal battle with the university.
In an order signed this week, District Court Judge Abdul Kallon set Moore's court costs at $16,962.76. Moore originally requested $22,254.06, and the university argued it should not pay more than $15,197.46.
Moore is also seeking... read more
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