Curet-Velazquez v. ACEMLA De Puerto Rico, Inc.

Docket Number: 10-1587
Judge: Torruella
Opinion Date: August 29, 2011

The heirs of a composer, who died in 2003, sued a music publisher and a performance rights society, with which the composer had contracted in 1995 with respect to four songs. The defendants failed to supply royalty reports as required by the contracts. The district court award the maximum statutory damages for the copyright infringements pursuant to 17 U.S.C. 504(c)(1). The First Circuit affirmed, rejecting many of the defendants’ arguments as not properly raised and, therefore, waived. View “Curet-Velazquez v. ACEMLA De Puerto Rico, Inc.” on Justia Law

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