In 2013, Ross sued the Los Angeles musical duo LMFAO claiming that the song “Party Rock Anthem” infringed his copyright in “Hustlin’” with the lyrics “everyday I’m shufflin’.” After a long-running lawsuit ending with dissmisal in 2016, Rick Ross has now appealed that ruling arguing that his copyright registration are valid despite errors. To continue reading, click: Rapper Rick Ross’ Revives Copyright Lawsuit Against LMFAO
Located in Rutland, Vermont, Hop’n Moose Brewing Company operates brewpubs and sells beer which contains a moose in the logo. Moosehead Breweries claims that consumers are likely to be confused and states that its use of a moose related to beer has been iconic for decades. To continue reading, click: Moosehead Sues Hop’n Moose for Trademark Infringement
Political party members were aware of the two songs similarities, but continued to pursue the use anyway. Eminem has stated that any proceeds will be donated to hurricane relief. To continue reading, click: Eminem Wins Copyright Lawsuit Against New Zealand Political Party
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