West is seeking freedom from the contract, as well as ownership of all works published after October 2010.
That heavenly voice is sending Yeezy into legal hell.
That premise you remember from childhood books is not only familiar, but also trademarked.
The UK singer is accused of lifting parts of Gaye’s classic “Let’s Get It On” for his own song “Thinking Out Loud”.
The shirt’s part of the designer’s nostalgic Bootleg Redux Grunge collection.
The judge ruled the lyrics “lack the modicum of originality and creativity required for copyright protection.”
Note: Never use a piece of stock music called “Eminem Esque”.
At this time, however, the details of the settlement remain unclear.
America’s highest court says “trademarks are private, not government speech.”
The legal battle officially known as Stephanie Lenz v. Universal Music Corp is headed back to district court.
Under US copyright law, the former Beatle can regain possession of Lennon-McCartney compositions beginning in October 2018.
With musicians getting sued left and right, Gillian say it’s time to shut up and dance.