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Latin Music Copyright Case Heads Back To Puerto Rico

Law360 (August 20, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- A decade-long dispute between two Latin American music companies, the Archdiocese of San Juan and 10 radio broadcasters over the copyrights to several Spanish songs continues to rage, after an appeals court remanded certain parts of the case back to the district court.

The Latin American Music Company (LAMCO) and Asociación de Compositores y Editores de Música Latino Americana (ACEMLA) first brought the suit in 1996, accusing the Archdiocese of San Juan of the Roman Catholic and Apostolic Church, through its two radio stations, and 10...
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