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Consequential orders—terms of injunctive relief and deduction from costs (Warner Music v TuneIn, Inc)

Consequential orders—terms of injunctive relief and deduction from costs (Warner Music v TuneIn, Inc)
Published on: 20 December 2019
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Consequential orders—terms of injunctive relief and deduction from costs (Warner Music v TuneIn, Inc)
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Article summary

IP analysis: Following a case where the copyright owners, Warner Music and Sony, were legitimately entitled to request a royalty fee from TuneIn, in respect of listeners in the UK playing music originating outside of the UK, the High Court has dealt with consequential orders. In considering the injunctive relief, the court awarded relief in general terms. In awarding damages to Warner Music and Sony, the court made a deduction of 25% for several reasons. One of these was that in the course of party correspondence about settlement discussions, Warner Music and Sony placed preconditions on negotiations which the court considered to be unhelpful. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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