US Supreme Court rules against Warner Music in copyright damages case


WASHINGTON, May 9 (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday ruled in favor of a Miami music producer in a legal fight with Warner Music (WMG.O), opens new tab over a song by rapper Flo Rida, finding that there is no time limit for recovering monetary damages in copyright cases that have been filed before the expiration of a statue of limitations.
The 6-3 ruling, authored by liberal Justice Elena Kagan, affirmed a lower court’s decision that favored producer Sherman Nealy, who sued a Warner subsidiary and others in Florida federal court in 2018.
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