David Yanofsky, a writer for Quartz, has won his lawsuit against the Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration for records the agency tried to charge $13,000 for. The agency argued that the database of immigration records is not covered by FOIA fee statutes but two other statutes. The court disagreed with the agency and remanded the case to the agency to now figure out the fee the requester should pay under the FOIA. The opinion and write up of the case by the plaintiff can be found here.
As a side note, I brought litigation against this same agency last year for a number of FOIA requests that had been either stalled administratively or had other issues with them causing the records to not be released. After bringing suit, the agency released many of the records and the case was settled. It's always a shame when agency recalcitrance brings forth lawsuits that, if the agency operated correctly, wouldn't be brought in the first place.