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Streaming services: Spotify, Apple Music, Youtube, and others have simultaneously removed three hit songs by Michael Jackson. The removed songs from his 2010 posthumously released album include: “Keep Your Head Up, Monster featuring 50 Cent, and Breaking News have officially been pulled due to claims that Jackson did not sing the songs.” The scrubbing of these songs is part...
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NBCUniversal attempt to trademark “Dunder Mifflin” was rejected in 2020 by the United States Patent and Trademark Office because it was previously registered in 2014 by Jay Kennette Media Group. NBCUniversal is appealing the ruling and taking to court over trademark infringement, claiming that the company trademarked the name “Dunder Mifflin,” based on their hit...
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Justin Timberlake is facing a breach of contract lawsuit over a 2012 documentary featuring the making of his “The 20/20 Experience” album by the film’s director, John Urbano. Urbano claims in the suit that Timberlake “refuses to promote, market and sell a video documentary.” Urbano further claims that Timberlake pursued him to make the documentary...
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Actor Lena Headey of “Game of Thrones” has been sued by her former management company over breach of contract and unpaid fees. Troika, the agency that managed Headey between 2005 and 2020, claims “the actress owes $1.5 million in unpaid commissions, including $500,000 from her “Thor: Love and Thunder” salary. The agency also seeks a...
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To cover his legal fees, Sheeran won a $1.1M award after years of an embattled copyright lawsuit over his 2017 “Shape of You,” Grammy-winning single. “The starting point is to identify the winners and losers in the action because the general rule is that the unsuccessful party pays the costs of the successful party,” Judge...
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