Grooveshark's legal troubles don't seem to end. It's being sued by the three major labels that it didn't have a contract with and is now sued, again, by the only label it did have a contract with, EMI. EMI has been complaining that it hasn't been seeing the kind of money it should be getting out of the contract.
Further, it accused Grooveshark of not making its internal documents and data available so that EMI could determine how much it was supposed to get.
EMI has now sued Grooveshark for breach of contract and copyright infringement to top it off. The new lawsuit is interesting, albeit a long time coming. EMI accuses Grooveshark of not only failing to pay, but of also continuing to stream EMI's music after the contract was terminated
The interesting part is that EMI claims that Grooveshark can fall back on the DMCA Safe Harbor defense, since the former contract specifically said that in the case of termination, Grooveshark wouldn't use Safe Harbor to continue to stream the music. It's unclear though if a company can simply waiver Safe Harbor provisions.