Yoko Ono and Frederic Seaman have reached an agreement to settle her copyright claim in exchange for Seaman's silence on all things Lennon.
A music journalist whose interview with Pop Smoke was used in a track on the late rapper’s album has settled her copyright lawsuit against his record label.
The ongoing Tracy Chapman-Nicki Minaj copyright feud won't be going to a jury after all. That’s because Chapman has accepted a “Rule 68 offer,” ending the lawsuit in her favor and leaving Minaj on the hook for a $450,000 judgment.
It appears the parties have reached a settlement in a copyright infringement case brought by the Estate of "Sherlock Holmes" author Arthur Conan Doyle.
Can the Copyright Act's "derivative works exception" help the Phillies blunt the effect of a copyright termination notice from their mascot's designer?
In a new motion to dismiss, Sirius argues that the Copyright Act preempts right of publicity claims brought by longtime "Howard Stern Show" personality “Stuttering John" Melendez.
88 painted tote bags designed by artist David Lew (aka "Shark Toof") are at the center of a new copyright lawsuit brought under the Visual Artists Rights Act against the City of Los Angeles and the Chinese American Museum.
In a new motion to dismiss, a law firm's former client and at-will associate argue copyright preemption and remind us that they aren't firm property.
Donald Trump argues that a campaign ad featuring the Eddy Grant song "Electric Avenue" is protected by fair use. Here's why he's wrong.
A new complaint against former Geffen Records employee Robert Fisher seeks a declaration that Nirvana is the rightful copyright owner of the band’s iconic smiley face logo.