For the second time in less than a week, Dish Network is claiming legal victory against one of the big broadcasters. On September 18th, it was ABC, today it’s Fox. A federal judge Monday spared the satellite provider the preliminary injunction requested by Fox against its ad-jumping Hopper DVR services. As has become the norm in the various Hopper cases, the ruling by Judge Dolly M. Gee was filed under seal for the time being so confidential and proprietary info could be stripped out. While Gee denied the injunction she did indicate to the parties’ lawyers that she believed Fox’s case had merit and could be compensated with damages rather than agreeing to the broadcaster’s motion. “We disagree that the harms caused by Dish’s infringing services are completely compensable by damages, and as a result we are looking at all options. We will file a response in due course,” a Fox spokesperson told me. Dish took a much less nuanced approach in responding to Monday’s decision. “Today’s decision is the fourth in a string of victories for consumers related to our Hopper® Whole-Home DVR platform. DISH is pleased that the Court has sided again with consumer choice and control by rejecting Fox’s efforts to deny our customers’ access to the DISH Anywhere and Hopper Transfers features. We will continue to vigorously defend consumers’ right to choice and control over their viewing experience,” said Dish’s EVP and general counsel R. Stanton Dodge in a statement Monday. Today’s ruling comes from a hearing on the matter held back on April 19th.