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Katy Perry’s ‘Dark Horse’ Copied Christian Rap Song, Federal Jury Finds
Perry, her collaborators, and her label will have to pay $2.78 million in damages.
Yellowcard’s Lawsuit Against Juice WRLD Over His Song ‘Lucid Dreams’ Is So Emo
The band says Juice WRLD’s 2018 hit is too similar to their 2006 song “Holly Wood Died.”
Why Robin Thicke and Pharrell Lost Their ‘Blurred Lines’ Appeal
And what it might mean for the music industry’s future.
ask an expert
Making Sense of Radiohead’s Nonsensical Copyright Dispute With Lana Del Rey
Lana claims Radiohead wants 100 percent of her song’s publishing. Radiohead says it never sued. What’s really going on?
Hey! Toni Basil Is Not So Fine With Everyone’s Unauthorized Use of ‘Mickey’
She’s suing Disney, Viacom,
, and more.
Producer Claims Future Sued Desiigner for Copyright Infringement Over ‘Panda’
Turns out, Future might not have been joking around when he joked around about how much Desiigner sounds like him.
Gwen Stefani, Pharrell Sued Over Copyright
They’re being sued over the “Spark the Fire” chorus.
let's get our lawsuit on
Ed Sheeran Sued for Copying ‘Let’s Get It On’
Ever thought Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud” sounded familiar?
Led Zeppelin ‘Stairway’ Case to Go to Trial
A federal judge says there are “substantial similarities” to Spirit’s “Taurus.”
A Dancing Baby Won Against Universal in Court
The “Let’s Go Crazy” dancing baby won big against Universal.