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Dua Lipa and their legal team requested a U.S. District Judge dismiss a pending copyright infringement lawsuit against the artist. Songwriters L. Russell Brown and Sandy Linzer are behind the suit; they claim that their song “Wiggle and Giggle All Night” and “Don Diablo” are victims of Dua Lipa’s team copying their songs for her...
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According to a new lawsuit, there is a falling-out between the partners that brought us Netflix’s “Narcos.” Producer Eric Newman’s production company Spahn Ranch is the party that receives payment from Gaumont Television. By contrast, they were supposed to communicate and collaborate with the show’s other producer and director, José Padilha. The lawsuit alleges that “Newman is hiding...
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Teresa La Dart, a writer from Memphis, Tennessee, has sued star Taylor Swift for $1 million for alleged copyright infringement. The lawsuit claims that Swift plagiarised sections of her book for her 2019 album ‘Lover.’ La Dart released a book in 2010 titled “Lover” and claims that Swift borrowed “creative components” for the book and...
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The Walt Disney Company won a recent lawsuit over copyright and trademark infringement accusations over the likeness of stunt performer Evel Knieval. K&K promotions sued Disney over their Pixar character resembling the later Knievel, “Toy Story 4’s” Duke Caboom. K&K Promotions owns the copyright and trademarks for the late Knievel. The company claimed that “Toy...
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Now that Megan Thee Stallion has released her second album, Traumazine, she argues she should be done with her record deal, according to new legal filings in her lawsuit against 1501 Certified Entertainment reported by Rolling Stone. Not only that, but she’s now also demanding $1 million in damages from the label after previously only asking for non-monetary relief. Megan...
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