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ELP, Karanjawala win for Next Radio, MBPL in compulsory licence challenge

Economic Laws Practice (ELP) and Karanjawala & Co defended and won a favourable order for, respectively, Next Radio and Music Broadcast (MBPL) in a writ petition filed by Phonograhic Performance  (PPL) in the Delhi high court challenging six compulsory licenses of Next Radio.

ELP partner Kirat Nagra with associate manager Kartik Yadav acted for Next Radio.

Karanjawala partner Meghna Mishra and associates Manmeet Kaur, Akhil Sachar, Manan Chadha and Dheeraj P Deo acted for MBPL.

Senior advocate Rajiv Nayyar was briefed for both the radio stations.

PPL had challenged the Registrar of Copyright’s order granting compulsory licenses to Next Radio’s stations in six cities and nine other compulsory licences granted to MBPL over and above the Copyright Board.

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