Ron Toma sued Motley Crue, Live Nation Merchandise, and MusicSkins, claiming they reproduced and sold one or more of his photos without permission, in Chicago Federal Court.
EMI April Music and a slew of affiliates claim Cash Money Records owes them money for selling copyrighted material on the Internet and in physical form, in Manhattan Federal Court.
The Estate of Bertha James claims The Tyler Perry Co. and Lionsgate Entertainment violated copyright on the tune, “When I Think of the Goodness of Jesus,” in the movie, “Madea Goes to Jail,” in Los Angeles Federal Court.
Michael Buffer claims Spanish-language radio station XHNZ violated copyright by broadcasting music with his phrase, “Let’s get ready to rumble,” dozens of times, in El Paso Federal Court.
Breakdown Services claims Nikki Hoard dba So You’ve Decided To Act dba Labreakdowns4u violate copyright on its script breakdowns, in Los Angeles Federal Court.
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