Staff-radio hardware store wins music royalties case

August 2013
DIY Week;8/9/2013, p3
The article reports on the victory of CP Smyth & Sons of Mullingar Co. of Westmeath against the demand of Phonographic Performance Ireland to pay music royalties worth 1,550 euros dating bakc 2002 plus damages.


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