Last.fm faces legal fight

Music Week understands that Thomas Willomitzer, one of the original architects of Last.fm, is planning to take legal action against Felix Miller, Martin Stiksel and Richard Jones, claiming he was unfairly removed from the company.

It is expected that a case from Willomitzer would see him argue that he was unfairly ousted from Last.fm before the arrival of developer Richard Jones and was entitled to financial compensation.

While the basis of the claim remains unclear, Willomitzer is widely documented as ...

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