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US Congressional committee to put the spotlight back on Ticketmaster and the ticketing market
US judge declines to set aside Slacker ruling ordering it to pay $9.7 million to SoundExchange
Setlist: MPs ask for an update on the
Live music industry reacts to UK’s autumn budget statement
Drake and 21 Savage consent to preliminary injunction over fake Vogue cover
Judge declines to postpone Young Thug and Gunna's trial in Georgia
Former R Kelly manager jailed for 20 months for harassing victim
James Brown estate and Primary Wave sued by Bowie Bonds creator
BBC's launch of Radio 1 Dance - and OfCom's scrutiny of it - back in court
Manchester’s Night & Day Café announces show to raise awareness of noise complaint legal battle
Artist remuneration remains a key sticking point as MPs return to the economics of streaming debate
Dua Lipa hits back at another of the Levitating song-theft lawsuits
Mariah Carey's Queen Of Christmas trademark bid blocked
Megan Thee Stallion secures restraining order against her label ahead of this weekend's AMAs
Apple and Epic back in court in App Store rules dispute
Megan Thee Stallion and Big Sean settled Go Crazy song theft lawsuit
3LAU sued by former collaborator over $11 million NFT project
Culture select committee outlines the agenda of its economics of music streaming update session
Setlist: Drake and 21 Savage ordered to destroy fake Vogue cover
Italian court upholds web-blocking order against Cloudflare's DNS resolver
Phoebe Bridgers defamation case dismissed
One Liners: Economics Of Streaming, Slowthai, The Flaming Lips, more
Condé Nast sues over Drake and 21 Savage fake Vogue cover
Kanye West sued over Donda sample
Kesha v Dr Luke defamation trial pushed back to July 2023
US record industry wins $46.8 million in damages in latest ISP copyright case
Disney sued over alleged song theft on Frozen II soundtrack
Migos’ Takeoff killed in shooting
Music industry calls for US-wide restrictions on lyrics being used as evidence in court
RIAA seeks to get its legal costs covered in ongoing Yout dispute