Month

April 2015
Disney is facing yet another legal battle over its blockbuster “Frozen,” which apparently many people think they have written first. One of the latest cases is with Kuwaiti author, Muneefa Abdullah, who is alleging that Disney took elements from her story, “The Snow Princess,” including a princess with magical powers that allows her to turn...
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Grunge has emerged from the era of plaid and oversized denim to dominate legal music news today: A&M Records has filed a lawsuit against Rajan Parashar to turn over the master tapes for the 1991 album “Temple of the Dog”. Parashar and his late brother Rick were the founders of London Bridge Studios, which produced the...
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“Dallas Buyers Club”, the 2013 award-winning drama starring Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto during the beginning of the AIDS crisis, is back in the headlines again as the copyright owner is on a “rampage” to persecute illegal downloaders. The company that owns “Dallas Buyers Club” has obtained a court order in Singapore with three of its...
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We just wanted to share with you a great film project that any of you can be a part of and help support and get out the word. It’s documentary focusing on the issue of homelessness in America, and particularly with our youth. To find out more, please click here. —————————————————————————————————————————– Disclaimer: Please note that...
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With streaming being the primary way most young people consume their music, these days the average song writer isn’t making what he or she used to. When you take into account an endlessly confusing series of copyright and royalty laws, a facelift in the world of music laws is long overdue. In their article for...
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