The case brought by rapper Eminem's former production company against Universal Music Group could have handed music artists a larger share of digital sales.
But a federal jury voted unanimously in favor of Universal Music and other defendants in the case, including rapper-producer Dr. Dre's record label, Aftermath Records, according to an Associated Press report.
Richard Busch, lawyer for plaintiff F.B.T. Productions told the AP that his clients--brothers Mark and Jeff Bass--were disappointed and were considering an appeal.
At the core of the case was F.B.T.'s argument that digital albums were different than … Read more