An Oregon woman who won an $18.6 million award after taking on Equifax over errors on her credit report will receive $302, 382 to pay her attorney's fees and other legal costs, U.S. District Judge Anna J. Brown has ruled.

But Julie Miller's original federal jury award announced last July, one of the highest-ever damages in a lawsuit against a top credit reporting agency, was reduced on appeal to $2.1 million and Equifax has appealed again to have that sum sliced.

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