According to a September 1, 2004 article in the Legal Times,
In finding that Washington, DC watering-hole Madam's Organ violated copyright laws, Judge Kollar-Kotelly ruled that any dancing -- whether it be to the copyrighted song or to a live band playing an original composition -- would void any protections offered through their Music Choice subscription. Kollar-Kotelly stated that the door charge voided those protections as well. . . ."This was a shakedown," says Madam's Organ manager, William Duggan, adding that the bar may be forced to close if ordered to pay $60,000 in legal fees. "Their intention is to make a hardball example out of us and scare the shit out of everyone else."