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Staff photo by Damien FisherThe owners of the Boston Billiards Club on Northeastern Boulevard are being sued for copyright infringement for music played in the establishment. NASHUA – The owners of Boston Billiards Club & Casino, Eeskay NH Inc. and its principal, Kurt Mathias, are heading for a federal copyright infringement trial because music publishers claim the business used their material without a license. Eeskay and Kurt Mathias are named in the lawsuit brought by seven musical publishing companies, all members of the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers, or ASCAP. The publishers claim their songs were played at Boston Billiards, despite the company not having an active license with the ASCAP. The lawsuit is slated to begin a bench trial before Judge Steven McAuliffe in U.S. District Court in Concord on Sept. 18. Eeskay’s attorney, Peter Tamposi, did not respond to a request for comment Tuesday, nor did Daniel Mullen, the attorney representing the music publishers.

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