Kanye West Sued for Copyright Infringement, Again

Kanye West Sued for Copyright Infringement, Again

By Steven T. Lowe / November 17, 2022

Kanye West released his album titled “Donda 2” in February 2022 exclusively on the Stem Player MP3 platform. The album was very successful, bringing in over $2.2 million in sales in just one day. On June 29, 2022, Ultra International Music Publishing LLC (UIMP) filed a lawsuit against Kanye West for the unauthorized use of…

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Netflix Sued for Glorifying Suicide in its Series, “13 Reasons Why”

By Steven T. Lowe / December 2, 2021

On August 25, 2021, a proposed class action was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, by the father of a 16-year-old girl who committed suicide, claiming that Netflix’s show, “13 Reasons Why” caused hundreds of children to commit suicide and further caused psychological harm to thousands of vulnerable youths…

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Is it Worth Suing for Idea Theft/Breach of implied in fact Contract?

By Aleksandra Hilvert / May 27, 2021

Have you ever pitched a fantastic idea for a movie or television show just to have it taken from you? If so, you may have a cause of action for what is referred to as “idea theft”. As entertainment lawyers who specialize in these claims, we are often approached by potential clients and asked: “What…

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