Month

December 2018
The legal battle over the “All the Stars” music video is finally over. Kendrick Lamar and SZA have reached an agreement in the case, reports The Blast. On Dec. 21, court documents were filed by both parties who have agreed to dropped the litigation against each other. The case stems from a lawsuit filed by...
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Late NWA manager Jerry Heller’s lawsuit against Universal over the 2015 film Straight Outta Compton has been dismissed by a California federal judge. The legal fight began in 2015 when Heller sued Universal for defamation and copyright infringement, among other claims. U.S. District Judge Michael Fitzgerald in June 2016 tossed most of the suit. After...
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Big congrats to our super talented client, Travis Atreo, who recently went past the 100 million streams mark on Spotify! Be sure to check him out (and bring him to 1 billion streams!) here. And follow Travis on Instagram here.   ————————————————————————————————————————– Disclaimer: Please note that the information contained within this blog post and site...
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Spotify announced on Thursday that it has settled the lawsuit brought forth a year ago by Wixen Music Publishing, the publisher representing the works of artists including Neil Young, The Doors and Tom Petty. The massive lawsuit alleging that Spotify was using thousands of songs without the proper licensing and compensation — in which Wixen was...
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A lawsuit has cast a shadow over director Zhang Yimou’s stylish martial-arts epic “Shadow,” which won four prestigious Golden Horse Awards in Taipei last weekend, the most of any title. The movie’s soundtrack earned a nomination for best original score for composer Loudboy (it did not win). But another composer has now accused “Shadow” producer...
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