In an opinion filed Monday, Judge Preska vacated a $100,000 damages award for record company EMI when it turned out that the wrong corporate entity had brought the suit. After winning summary judgment on its copyright infringement claims, it came to light that the holders of the copyrights were in fact wholly-owned subsidiaries of EMI — not EMI itself — who were not named as plaintiffs in the case.
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