In New Antitrust Case, RMLC Accuses GMR Of A ‘Shakedown’

June 6, 2019

The Radio Music License Committee may have had its antitrust lawsuit against Global Music Rights tossed in Philadelphia, but the industry group is taking another whack at the performance rights organization. The RMLC has filed a new lawsuit in Los Angeles alleging GMR of using “flagrant and shameless” moves that violate antitrust laws to squeeze millions from radio.

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