Round Hill sues TuneCore and parent Believe in $32.8m US lawsuit, alleging copyright infringement

New York-based publisher Round Hill Music is suing DIY distributor TuneCore and its parent Believe, alleging that the latter two companies “reproduced and distributed musical compositions owned or controlled by Round Hill… despite knowing that [these] compositions were never properly licensed”.

Source: Round Hill sues TuneCore and parent Believe in $32.8m US lawsuit, alleging copyright infringement

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