A federal judge has squelched a suit accusing a New Jersey company of invading the exclusive territory of Europe’s largest distributor of sheet music.

U.S. District Judge Renee Bumb ruled on Monday that Music Sales Ltd. of London had no standing under the U.S. Copyright Act to enforce a 2002 British court consent order in which Charles Dumont & Son of Voorhees, N.J., agreed to cease any infringing activity.

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