A D.C. federal judge has ruled that the U.S. government has made plausible claims that controversial Malaysian businessman Jho Low attempted to funnel more than $37 million into the country through bank accounts connected to ex-Fugees star Pras Michel. On Thursday, the judge rejected Michel's motion to dismiss a forfeiture complaint.
On Thursday, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals directed a lower federal court to reconsider Pandora's bid to escape a class action lawsuit over the music service's streaming of pre-1972 sound recordings.
The United States Department of Justice has filed court papers acknowledging that Eminem publisher Eight Mile Style is challenging the constitutionality of the Music Modernization Act in a big copyright lawsuit against Spotify.
On Friday, several advertising agencies revealed the details of a proposed settlement with Facebook that would end a class action alleging the social media giant overstated the average time its users spent watching video.
On Thursday, music publishers requested an amended complaint in New York federal court against tech-enabled exercise bike startup Peloton that would include new co-plaintiffs and add more than 1,200 musical works that Peloton is alleged to have infringed in workout videos.