Rodman Sued for Illegaly Using Copyrighted Music



Rodman has solved his dispute of illegaly using a copyrighted music at his California restaurant by paying some licensing fees

Has been sued for illegaly using a copyrighted music at his California resturant, Rodman agreed to pay some licensing fees and signed a new agreement with the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers as his publicist Shannon Barr told to Los Angeles Times for Saturday's editions.

However, Rodman himself said that he doesn't agree with ASCAP's rule requires that commercial establishments must pay fees for the use of any of its eight million copyrighted songs and compositions performed live, played on jukeboxes or piped in from radio stations. Yet, Rodman could do nothing about that, except obey the rule and prevent the same mistake to be happened again. That's what he said he in an e-mail to the Times.

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