Oh Mickey, you're so fine—but you're not alone: An avalanche of copyrighted works will enter the public domain in the United States on January 1, 2024. Here's what it all means.
Trump is actively litigating a copyright infringement lawsuit over the Eddy Grant song "Electric Avenue" while trying to keep relevant deposition testimony in the case permanently under seal.
Can you copyright a rhythm? The world's biggest pop star says no, and the future of the entire reggaetón industry may hang in the balance.
The jury has spoken: Ed Sheeran's "Thinking Out Loud" doesn't infringe the copyright in Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get It On."
The world's largest record company says it has a clear view of the legal landscape surrounding AI-generated music. The reality is more complicated.
In a long-awaited decision, the court allows Cher's royalty lawsuit to proceed despite copyright termination notices from Sonny Bono's heirs.
Is Rick Astley's right of publicity claim against Yung Gravy for "vocal impersonation" on a collision course with the federal Copyright Act?
Copyright termination and bankruptcy law collide as members of 2 Live Crew attempt to recapture rights in the group's most notorious albums.
Composer Jay Livingston's granddaughter is suing her mother for exercising copyright termination rights in "Que Sera, Sera" and other popular songs.
Musician Andy "Vince Vance" Stone claims that Mariah Carey's classic "All I Want for Christmas is You" infringes the copyright in his own song of the same name. Here's why he's wrong—and why the lawsuit never should have been filed.