Category: Copyright

Hip Hip Hooray!!! Supreme Court Says Cheerleader Uniforms are Protectable under Copyright Law
In what can only be considered good news for fashion designers, the Supreme Court, by a 6-2 vote, held last week that the decorative elements of a cheerleading uniform are [...]
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Who Owns the Streaming Rights to Prince’s Music?
Roc Nation, a full-service entertainment company founded by American rap artist Shawn “Jay Z” Carter, is being sued for copyright infringement by NPG Records and NPG Music Publishing, companies that [...]
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Infringement Search: Copyright Lawsuit News
Recent news indicates that some major American department store retail chains, fast food restaurants, and even comedians are being sued for copyright infringement…
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Copyright Lawyer: Protecting Your Intellectual Property
If you are looking for information regarding copyright protection law, then The United States Copyright Office is the authority that provides basic copyright information services to the public.
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Jay Z’s ‘Big Pimpin’ Trial Heating Up
On Friday, Linkin Park’s bassist, Dave Ferrell, testified in a copyright infringement suit accusing Jay Z, producer Timbaland, and others of illegally sampling an Egyptian ballad in Jay Z’s song [...]
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Robin Thicke’s defense in “Blurred Lines” Copyright Infringement Lawsuit
Apparently, Robin Thicke, singer of the best-selling single in the world last year, “Blurred Lines”, is suffering from a blurred memory. Robin is now dismissing statements he made during prior [...]
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