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NCAA v. Board of Regents of the University of Oklahoma, 468 U.S. 85 (1984), was a case in which the Supreme Court of the United States held that the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) television plan violated the Sherman and Clayton Antitrust Acts. These antitrust laws were designed to prohibit group ...


Jun 6, 2014 ... Roy, the owner of Rafters, argued that he did not perform any of the copyrighted music. The bands that played at the restaurant and the people who turned on the recordings did that. The district court granted BMI summary judgment. The Sixth Circuit affirmed, noting that a defendant becomes vicariously ...


Broadcast Music, Inc. et al v. JJ Squared Corp. et al, No. 2:2011cv05140 - Document 43 (E.D.N.Y. 2013) case opinion from the Eastern District of New York U.S. Federal District Court.


Jun 13, 2012 ... DMX, Inc. Bruce G. Joseph, Wiley Rein LLP, WA, District of Columbia, for Amici Curiae Television Music License Committee, LLC, et al. in ASCAP v. DMX, Inc. Robert B. Nicholson, Robert J. Wiggers, Daniel McCuaig, Matthew J. Bester, Attorneys, U.S. Department of Justice, WA, District of Columbia, ...


In the Supreme Court of the United States. APPLE, INC., PETITIONER v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ET AL. ON PETITION FOR A WRIT OF CERTIORARI. TO THE UNITED STATES COURT ... Broadcast Music, Inc. v. Columbia Broad. Sys., Inc., ..... Six acted with a “critical mass,” they had “no chance of success in getting  ...


In U.S. v. Appalachian Coals, Inc. (1 F.Supp. 339 [1932]) the district court held that it was illegal per se for an agent to sign 137 exclusive contracts for all the coal ..... Viscusi et al (2005) say Appalachian Coals was "clearly in opposition to the per se rule" and "explained perhaps by the 'deplorable' conditions of the industry".


Foss v. Marvic d/b/a Brady-Built Sunrooms et al. (18-cv-_____).In "Complaint". Alamite Ventures LP v. Matvil Corporation d/b/a ETVNET et al. (17-cv-12468).In " Complaint". Premium Sports, Inc. v. Pontes et al. (18-cv-10037).In "Complaint". Author dmassiplitigationPosted on February 6, 2018 Categories Complaint, Copyright ...


Miller Music Corp. vs Charles Daniels, Inc. ... The Supreme Court decision summarized the problem in this way: “This is a controversy between a publisher, Mills Music, Inc. (Mills), and the heirs of an author, Ted Snyder (Snyder), over the division ...... One case is referred variously in the judicial publications as Dellar et al v.


May 7, 2015 ... when music was distributed mainly via radio broadcasts or physical media, such as sheet music and phonograph records, and ..... Ms. Swift was not the first artist to withdraw music from Spotify; Thom Yorke, the lead singer of the band. Radiohead, did so in ..... Report, p. 17. 46 Broadcast Music, Inc., et al. v.