Case Believe Sues TriPlay Now Near
Settlement on Breach of Distribution
Russell Lee, Patreon
UK - Honduras
Oct 24 – French company
Believe SAS sued eMusic for
Breach of Contact and Unjust
Enrichment, noting that
TriPlay acquired eMusic and
stopped or slowed paying.
They say CEO
Tamir Koch has "acknowledged
that they are in breach of the
October 23 U.S. District Court
for the Southern District of
New York Judge Ronnie Abrams
held a proceeding. Inner City
Press covered it.
The parties said
they are near settling.
Judge Abrams told
the parties to submit a joint
letter by November 6 on the
status of settlement
negotiations and if there'll
be any amended complaint.
The case is
Believe SAS v. eMusic Inc., et
al., 19-cv-8671 (Abrams)
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