COTT’S CASE AGAINST FATIMA OLD BOYS ASSOCIATION DISCONTINUED, part 2: a sequence

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The Copyright Music Organization of Trinidad and Tobago (COTT) has responded to the half-page display ad press release from the Fatima Old Boy’s Association (FOBA) in the newspaper regarding the discontinuation of the case between these two organisations noted here earlier with a press release of its own, a full page display ad with the title “COTT to Pursue Copyright Infringements.

We are not any closer to a resolution of the big picture item of streamlined and uncomplicated licensing of music for live performances here in Trinidad and Tobago. The role of the Intellectual Property Office of Trinidad and Tobago (IPO) becomes more pertinent at this juncture to clarify. Mediation and the courts have so far not worked.

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  1. In Friday’s Trinidad Guardian, former COTT CEO, Colin Lucas, weighs in on Copyright Music Organisation of Trinidad and Tobago (COTT) vs Fatima Old Boys’ Association (FOBA). This not going away. I still waiting for some kind of proactive action at clarity from the CMOs or Intellectual Property Office of Trinidad and Tobago (IPO.)

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