Copyright issues in music are very different and more complex than copyright in photography and video. Photojournalism is also extremely different from music too.

Video is much, more black and white too. In the example I have mentioned before a principal mentioned on National Television that he used a Walt Disney movie to entertain the students while the teachers were on strike. That was all that was necessary to lead to and determine the results of a law suit. A quick win in the amount of $60,000 for Walt Disney and against the board where the principal worked. There was no interpretation and no ambiguity.

As far as court costs are concerned, it is all relative. Is a quarter million unrealistic out of a total of 1.5?