Napster Knocks ‘Wildly Inflated’ Fee Bid By Songwriters’ Attys

The company behind Napster has urged a California federal judge to reject a “wildly inflated” request for $6.1 million in attorney fees lodged by songwriters as part of a settlement aiming to end claims that Napster failed to pay millions in so-called mechanical royalties…

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Roger Stone Gets 2 Extra Weeks To Report To Prison

Roger Stone will have an extra two weeks to report to prison, a D.C. federal judge ruled Friday, pointing to health concerns voiced by the longtime ally of President Donald Trump while denying Stone’s request to extend his surrender date even further to September…

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GM Attacks Judge In Fiat Suit Over ‘Unprecedented’ Order

General Motors on Friday attacked a Michigan federal judge’s “unprecedented” decision to order the chief executives of GM and Fiat Chrysler to meet and negotiate an end to GM’s lawsuit alleging that its rival bribed senior auto workers union officials, asking the Sixth Circuit to undo the order and take the judge off the case…

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