Labels And Publishers Settle With Lime Wire
March 8, 2011 at 4:26 AM (PT)
LIME WIRE, the file-sharing service found liable for copyright infringement last year, has settled a suit brought by record companies and publishers, including WARNER MUSIC, SONY, EMI and VIVENDI. .
"We are pleased that this litigation is over," the NATIONAL MUSIC PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION wrote in a statement. "The parties worked hard to achieve a settlement that is a good result for all involved."
According to a filing in Federal Court in NEW YORK, all claims against LIME WIRE and its founder, MARK GORTON, were dismissed. BLOOMBERG reports, "Each side will pay its own costs of the suit, including attorneys’ fees, according to the document."