Indie Label Must Look For More Docs In Streaming Dispute

By Joanne Faulkner (November 11, 2021, 6:01 PM GMT) -- A British independent record label was ordered on Thursday to hand over documents that could indicate its changing position on the digital royalty rate paid for music first released in the 2000s, in a landmark case on streaming revenue.

Pat Treacy, sitting as a High Court judge, said that Domino Recording Co. Ltd. should search communications with its 120 artists for references to policy developments in the way that the record company approached royalty provisions as music streaming platforms emerged.

Sam Carter, counsel for Kieran Hebden — who goes by the stage name Four Tet — accused London-based Domino of concealing...

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