Led Zeppelin Didn’t Steal ‘Stairway to Heaven,’ Federal Appeals Court Rules

Led Zeppelin has officially beaten the rap on a long-running copyright infringement lawsuit surrounding ‘Stairway to Heaven’. The copyright infringement lawsuit against Led Zeppelin was first filed years ago by now-obscure classic rock back… Continue Reading

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Yeasayer’s Black Panther Copyright Infringement Lawsuit Against The Weeknd Will Begin in April

Experimental rock band Yeasayer’s Black Panther copyright infringement lawsuit against The Weeknd is set to initiate in April, according to a new filing. Specifically, United States District Judge Lorna G. Shofield will hear opening statements on April… Continue Reading

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Ariana Grande’s ‘7 Rings’ Copyright Infringement Lawsuit Might Get Tossed

The previously reported Ariana Grande copyright infringement lawsuit could be dismissed sooner rather than later. Earlier today, District Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald sent a letter to the lawsuit’s plaintiff and legal team, in which she indicated that th… Continue Reading

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Peloton Settles Ugly Copyright Infringement Lawsuit Involving 14 Music Publishers

Peloton has now settled its contentious legal battle against 14 different music publishers, a group corralled by the National Music Publishers’ Association (NMPA). Peloton shared news of the settlement with Digital Music News, and publishers conf… Continue Reading

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Rock Band Yeasayer is Suing The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar for Black Panther Copyright Infringement

Brooklyn-based rock band Yeasayer is suing The Weeknd and Kendrick Lamar for copyright infringement over “Pray for Me,” which was created for and featured in 2018’s Black Panther. Brooklyn-based rock band Yeasayer is suing The Weeknd and Kendrick Lamar… Continue Reading

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