Four Tet v Domino: why pacific renegotiation of royalties’ rates on music streams is the best strategy for all involved

Four Tet v DominoThe case Four Tet v Domino is the UK's most recent example of music labels and recording artists battling it out, during the renegotiation of their respective share, on music streams' royalties, away from sales, and as licenses. Why did Four Tet have to file his claims in court? What was the outcome? Was such strategy to escalate this royalties negotiation into full-blown litigation the smartest thing to do, for Domino, and for Four Tet?
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