Month

March 2021
Artist Sweet Cicely Daniher has sued Disney, Pixar, and Onward producer Kori Rae for copyright infringement and a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act over the films’ animated purple van that has painted on it a winged creature that resembles a unicorn. The van, Daniher claims, is a copy of her van called ‘Vanicorn.’ Daniher reports...
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Campbell was awarded $1.7 million-plus 50% future royalties in a copyright infringement lawsuit filed against PnB Rock and producer June James for alleging their 2017 hit with YFN Lucci, “Everyday We Lit,” was copied from Campbell’s 2016 less well-known song, “Everything Be Lit.” Campbell was working at the same record studio and claimed he shared...
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Federal Trade Commission career attorney, Nick May, sold his screenplay “Blacklight.” Williams, in November 2019. Now he has filed a lawsuit against the co-creator of “Ozark” Mark Williams claiming Williams is seeking to deprive him of his share of profits by his move to take writing credit solely and leaving May out on a forthcoming film...
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The Premium VR exercise platform, Supernatural, is one example of how the music industry adapts to the burgeoning at-home fitness industry. VR fitness apps like Supernatural offer an immersive experience, allowing users to escape their living rooms during the quarantine virtually. This year, a new contract with Universal Music Publishing Group has given Supernatural a...
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