Lawsuits Target Restaurants That Play Music

Failure to buy licenses results in copyright infringement claims

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Plan B Burger Bar is one of three Hartford-area restaurant chains currently facing copyright infringement suits for playing music without paying licensing fees to the record companies.

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Originally appeared in print as Lawsuits Target Restaurants That Play Music Restaurants Must Pay Up —Or Face The Music

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  • Kevin Tepas

    "‘outside a normal circle of family and friends‘

    "Outside a normal circle of family and friends" Does this mean I can turn in that guy in the tricked out old Honda playing what he considers to be music at a volume that can be heard west of Chigaco? Is there a reward?

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