The jury in TVT Records' copyright-infringement case against MP3.com apparently miscalculated the amount of damages the Web company owes the indie label, Billboard Bulletin reports. As reported yester

The jury in TVT Records' copyright-infringement case against MP3.com apparently miscalculated the amount of damages the Web company owes the indie label, Billboard Bulletin reports. As reported yesterday (April 9), the jury on Friday ordered MP3.com to pa y TVT about $290,000 in damages; it is believed the order was meant to be $3 million.

At the request of U.S. District Court Judge Jed Rakoff, the two companies were back in court yesterday in New York, with seven of the eight jurors. Rakoff and his clerk received calls from jurors over the weekend concerning the mistake, according to a TVT spokesperson. Apparently, the jurors realized they had left off a zero in their calculations.

A decision is expected today, as both parties are to return to court, where Rakoff will interview the final juror.