BREAKING NEWS: High Court bans music at two Chesterfield bars



Music has been banned by order of London’s High Court at two Chesterfield nightspots.
The ban was imposed by one of the country’s top judges, Mr Justice Barling, on Shaun Noble, who the court was told was caught playing recorded copyrighted tracks at the C2 Bar, at 25 Holywell Street, and S41 Bar, at 2 St Mary’s Gate, without a licence from Phonographic Performance Ltd (PPL). The judge also hit Noble with a legal costs bill of £1,901, which must be paid by 28 October.
Failure by Noble to obey the order and turn any premises he runs into a music-free zone until all licence fees are brought... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 27
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