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November 2017
  This week, we are featuring international record label, all-star multimedia entertainment company and The Hollywood Lawyer dear client, Joombas Music Group. Specializing in K-Pop and USA Top 40, Joombas Music Group features an amazing roster of talented artists, including singers Dean and Karina Pasian, and a variety of writers who’ve written major hits, like “Love” off...
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A Chilean singer is suing anyone remotely connected to the smash hit Let it Go, claiming it was shamelessly ripped off from one of his songs. Jaime Ciero claims in a new lawsuit that the smash hit from Frozen was inspired by his 2008 song Volar and wants royalties from Disney, Idina Menzel and Demi Lovato. According to TMZ, Ciero...
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A. Lee Alfred, II and Ezequiel Martinez, Jr. allege that Disney lifted “copyrighted expression of themes, settings, dialogue, characters, plot, mood, sequence of events” from their 2000 spec script entitled Pirates of the Caribbean.” Unlike many such similar suits, the duo say they submitted the script while working with Disney on their Red Hood project that the studio...
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Super talented Korean-American musical artist (and The Hollywood Lawyer valued client), Jun Curry Anh recently his first ever original music video for the song, “When I call”. The song was produced by 5A Label – you guessed it, another client of ours! The track features both Jun’s smooth vocals and equally smooth dance moves – be...
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A rep for Eminem said on Thursday that the rapper will be donating to hurricane relief any proceeds he receives from a New Zealand court ruling announced Wednesday. In that ruling, Eight Mile Style, publishers who control some of Eminem’s early catalog, was awarded $600,000 (around $415,000 U.S.) in a copyright case against New Zealand’s National party, which used a...
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