Eminem Wins Again In Supreme Court Fight Against Universal Music
FBT productions lost their battle with one of the reported best rapper’s alive, Marshall Mathers known as Eminem aka Slim Shady.
In 2009, FBT filed a claim, saying the label owed the “Not Afraid” hit maker $1.47 million in damages because they didn’t pay Eminem for music downloads.
In Sept 2010, a California judge reportedly declared Universal bosses were at fault the the case with the Supreme Court case appealed by Universal executives was dismissed on Monday (Mar 21).
They were ordered to pay a substantial amount in compensation after paying the rapper first only just 12 per cent of profits to Fbt for the digital sales of the Eminem’s early work.
Eminem however is not involved within the legal battle directly.