Mistrial Declared in MP3.com Suit

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NEW YORK — A federal judge declared a mistrial in record label Tee Vee Toons Inc.’s copyright-infringement case against online music provider MP3.com Inc., citing a mathematical mistake made by jurors.

In April, the jury ordered MP3.com (MPPP) to pay Tee Vee $292,000 for copyright infringement, a relatively low amount considering Tee Vee, which represents such artists as Nine Inch Nails and Snoop Dogg, had sought $8.5

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