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Los Angeles principal Robert Allen recently spoke with Bloomberg Law about two copyright lawsuits filed by an independent music publisher and a co-founder of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons against Spotify, the music streaming service.  The plaintiffs allege that Spotify has raised $2.5 billion in capital over the years without ever finding a way to ensure that copyright holders get paid appropriately.  Robert explained that “Spotify has known since the first claim by the NMPA that there was a problem and they should have been trying to figure out a solution that applies to everyone."

The full article can be found here.

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