Last December, Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven frontman David Lowry filed a $150 million class action lawsuit against Spotify over copyright infringement in the Central District Court of California. But now, the streaming company is arguing against both the class action quality of the case and the court’s jurisdiction, filing a motion asking for the case to be moved to New York (or dismissed entirely, but they'll take their wins where they come.)

In a section titled "Spotify has minimal connection to California”, the company argue that their relevant business is based in New York and that most of the staff based in California are "roles unrelated to the content part of Spotify’s business." How petty.

Read the full case details here.