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Coachella and Soul’d Out Productions Settle Years-Running ‘Radius Clause’ Lawsuit

Portland-based music festival promoter Soul’d Out Productions’ ‘radius clause’ lawsuit against Coachella has officially drawn to a close, a new courtroom document reveals. Digital Music News has covered the years-running complaint – and plaintiff Soul’d Out’s qualms with the “radius clause” that Coachella acts are required to accept – since shortly after its arrival in […]

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New Scheduling Information Released In Juice WRLD Copyright Infringement Lawsuit

About one month back, Digital Music News was first to report that a protective order had been issued in the ongoing Juice WRLD copyright infringement lawsuit. Now, a new filing has shed light upon the courtroom confrontation’s timetable. DMN obtained an exclusive copy of the largely schedule-related document, which was recently submitted to a California […]

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Triller Faces $50 Million Copyright Infringement Lawsuit from Wixen Music Publishing

Wixen Music Publishing has filed a $50 million copyright infringement lawsuit against short-form video-sharing app – and quick-rising TikTok competitor – Triller. Wixen Music Publishing, which named Spotify in a $1.6 billion infringement suit just before the deadline outlined in the Music Modernization Act (MMA), recently submitted the Triller complaint to a California federal court. […]

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Charter Communications’ Claims of ‘False’ DMCA Notices Dismissed by a Federal Judge

A Colorado federal judge has dismissed Charter Communications’ DMCA-abuse counterclaims against the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Judge R. Brooke Jackson recently dismissed Charter Communications’ counterclaims and ruled on four of 13 other pending motions in the company’s courtroom confrontation with the RIAA. In brief, the RIAA has accused the Stamford, Connecticut-headquartered internet-service provider […]