A proprietor may bring an action or assert a counterclaim
against a copyright owner or performing rights society to enjoin any
violation of this chapter and to recover any damages sustained by the
proprietor as a result of a violation of this chapter. If
successful, the proprietor is entitled to recover treble damages,
together with filing fees and reasonable costs of suit, in addition
to any other legal or equitable relief.
If a proprietor prevails in a cause of action alleging a willful
violation of paragraph (2) of subdivision (a) of Section 21753, the
prevailing proprietor shall be awarded reasonable attorney's fees.