Justice Dept. Looks To Overturn Latest Licensing Decision.
November 9, 2017
The U.S. Courthouse in Manhattan will be the venue for the next face-off over how music copyright law should be applied. Federal appeals court Judge Louis Stanton has set arguments for Dec. 1 on the Department of Justice’s effort to overturn a lower court ruling. That ruling blocked the new government requirement that ASCAP and BMI offer broadcasters and other licensees 100%—or what’s known as full-work licenses for music in their repertories.
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