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Introduction

Eminem's music publisher Eight Mile Style has become the latest company to claim music streaming service Spotify has been distributing music compositions without the necessary license.

Highlights

  • In addition to attacking Spotify's lack of license and poor efforts to fully license the Eight Mile compositions, the filing trained its crosshairs on the NMPA settlement, describing it "woefully inadequate" and saying that it failed to hold Spotify "adequately accountable."

Features and Benefits

  • Details the filing by music publisher Eight Mile Style against music streaming service Spotify.
  • Explains the reasons for the filing and the main claims made by the music publisher.

Key questions answered

  • Why is Eight Mile Style suing Spotify for copyright infringement?
  • How big could the damages bill be should Eight Mile come out successful?

Table of contents

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Appendix

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