Just when Grooveshark appeared to be putting its legal troubles behind it, the music service is sued once again by one of the major record labels.
In a lawsuit filed on Thursday in a Manhattan federal court, recording company EMI accuses Grooveshark of breach of contract and copyright infringement. The gist of EMI's complaint is that after entering into a licensing agreement with the label in September 2009, Grooveshark fell behind in its monthly payments and also failed to provide sales records.
EMI needed the sales data to accurately know what to charge the service. EMI said because of … Read more