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CRIA Loses Judicial Review of Copyright Board Decision

The Federal Court of Appeal has rejected a CRIA judicial review request of a Copyright Board decision that required it to notify its (shrinking) list of Class "B" members of its decision to no longer represent them in the CSI online music tariff.

2 Comments

  1. Russel McOrmond says:

    Is the list of members public
    I am wondering where we can find a list of CRIA members, and which class they are in.

  2. Not-A-Lawyer
    Hmm. I read the decision by the Federal Court of Appeal and I’m none the wiser. I read your summary of the event, and I’m none the wiser.

    Please assume that your audience are not well-educated in the nefarious doings of the Canadian Recording Industry Association, and would benefit from a thumbnail sketch of the significance of the news item and a definition of terms, such as ‘shrinking list of class B members’.

    I am getting older, and I count my diminishing days with dismay. As I see they are not limitless, I carefully husband my time on that which is effective and important to me and others I value.

    Please offer the courtesy of giving pertinent facts and getting to the point! I know that in the lawyer’s universe, time is a limitless resource, but here in the human world, it is not.