Dental practices must have licences to play music

Dentists playing music in their practice must have relevant licences or risk legal proceedings, the MDDUS has said.

The warnings come after Dentistry.co.uk reported on the case of Società Consortile Fonografici v Marco Del Corso, which found that broadcasting music within dental practices in Italy does not entitle the practice pay remuneration.

The Court of Justice of the European Union told Dentistry.co.uk that as this judgement was made in the Court of Justice it would apply to all EU member states.

Read more here: Dentistry.co.uk