Phonographic Performance Ltd v Nightclub (London) Ltd

Contempt of court – Committal. The Chancery Division ruled that the defendant company (a nightclub) and its sole director and shareholder at the material times were guilty of contempt of court by reason of the breaches of an injunction restraining them from infringing the claimant's copyright by using, without a licence, recordings in the claimant's repertoire as specially featured entertainment at the nightclub.

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