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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Upright_Music,_Ltd._v._Warner_Bros._Records_Inc.

Grand Upright Music, Ltd v. Warner Bros. Records Inc., 780 F. Supp. 182 ( S.D.N.Y. 1991), was a copyright case heard by the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. The case pitted singer/songwriter Gilbert O' Sullivan against rapper Biz Markie after Biz Markie sampled O'Sullivan's song, " Alone ...

h2o.law.harvard.edu/collages/14049

Aug 4, 2014 ... The Court can draw from the Complaint and the current record a reasonable inference in the plaintiffs' favor — that where the defendant has completed all the necessary steps for a public distribution, a reasonable fact-finder may infer that the distribution actually took place. [...]As in Hotaling, the defendants ...

caselaw.findlaw.com/us-2nd-circuit/1520421.html

Apr 29, 2010 ... Records Inc., a Delaware corporation; and Zomba Recording LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. ... Defendant “Doe 3,” whose identity is not known to plaintiffs Arista Records LLC et al., appeals from an order of the United States District Court for the Northern District of New ...

mcir.usc.edu/cases/1990-1999/Pages/granduprightwarner.html

Warner Bros. Records, Inc. had a department set up specifically to obtain such clearances. Brown Deposition of 11/19/91 at 30 et seq.; Tillman Deposition of 11/ 22/91 at 7. WEA International, Inc. knew it had to obtain "consents, permissions or clearances. . . ." Rossi Deposition of 11/22/91 at 10-11. /Cold Chillin' Records, Inc .

law.justia.com/cases/california/court-of-appeal/3d/36/1012.html

[Civ. No. 41540. Court of Appeals of California, Second Appellate District, Division Four. January 28, 1974.] WARNER BROS. RECORDS, INC., et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. GOLDEN WEST MUSIC SALES et al., Defendants and Respondents. (Opinion by Dunn, J., with Jefferson, Acting P. J., and Cole, J., concurring.).

casetext.com/case/capitol-records-inc-v-thomas8211rasset

Sep 11, 2012 ... “Vacating the district court's judgment and holding that a statutory damages award from a previous jury trial of $9,250 per infringement was consistent with Due Process”Broad. Music, Inc. v. Crocodile Rock Corp., No. 14-3891 (3d Cir. Oct . 30, 2015); “Analyzing whether an award of statutory damages ...

www.courtlistener.com/opinion/2463721/sony-music-entertainment-inc-v-does-1-40

Jul 26, 2004 ... 326 F. Supp. 2d 556 (2004). SONY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT INC., et al., Plaintiffs v. DOES 1-40, Defendants. No. 04 CIV. 473(DC). .... By letter dated February 19, 2004, attorney Kenneth J. Hanko advised the Court that he represented one of the Doe defendants. (2/19/04 Hanko Letter to Court). Hanko ...

www.nysd.uscourts.gov/rulings

United States of America v. Prevezon Holdings Ltd. et al. October 30th, 2017(17 cv 6761 (KPF)). NFL Management Council v. NFL Players Association. October 24th, 2017(16 cv 3907 (WHP)). Port Authority Police Benevolent Association, Inc. et al v. Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. October 10th, 2017(17 mc 374 ...

www.history.com/this-day-in-history/a-federal-court-puts-its-stamp-on-hip-hop

At issue was whether Markie was required to seek permission to sample a portion of "Alone Again (Naturally)" in his own, otherwise original recording. The core of his and Warner Bros. Records' defense was that unlicensed sampling was common and standard in the hip-hop industry, but Federal Judge Kevin Duffy rejected ...