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Merl Saunders' estate claims the Jerry Garcia Estate used the late keyboard player's name and image without permission in the CD, "Pure Jerry: Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders Band, Keystone Berkeley, Sept. 1, 1974," in San Jose Federal Court.

Alvert Music and Bridgeport Music claims DM Music is infringing copyright on "Daizzey Duks" (sic) and "Whoomp! There it is," in Sherman, Texas, Federal Court.

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