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 ...
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 ... us and otherwise cooperating to ensure that all rights were secured prior to release of the album and single, as it did in the situation involving the Eagles samples, ...
Dec 12, 2016 ... It's hard to walk away from a long-term relationship -- especially when it involves intertwined finances. Such is the issue now faced by hard rock band Avenged Sevenfold and its former label Warner Bros. Records, which are engaged in a legal battle over an album the group owes the company. In June, the ...
Aug 25, 2017 ... A coming trial between Avenged Sevenfold and Warner Bros. Records ... "We're fighting so that all musical artists have the same rights everyone else has. It's not ... Avenged Sevenfold intends to steer the label's drive for lost profits around by asking what a record label does for its artists in this day and age.
Filed: November 7, 2007 as 3:2007cv00097. Plaintiff: Arista Records LLC, Atlantic Recording Corporation, BMG Music and others. Defendant: Does. Cause Of Action: Federal Question. Court: Eighth Circuit › North Dakota › North Dakota District Court. Type: Intellectual Property › None · Warner Bros. Records, Inc. et al v.
Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc., et al. v. X One X Productions, et al., No. 10- 1743 (8th Cir. 2011). Annotate this Case · Justia Opinion Summary. Appellants ... the characters' visual appearances in the publicity materials for The Wizard of Oz do not present the requisite consistency to establish any copyrightable elements of ...
Oct 28, 2016 ... Warner Bros. Records will sue over lost income, but will have to try to prove exactly how much they would have lost due to Avenged not delivering the final record of their contract. This will be especially difficult given the unique and sensational campaign behind the band's surprise release of The Stage.
Mar 25, 2002 ... Virgin Records America, Inc., a corporation; Warner Bros. ... E. Farberman, Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison, New York, NY, Jeffrey G. Knowles, Keith Evans-Orville, Julia D. Greer, Coblentz, Patch, Duffy & Bass LLP, San Francisco, California, for Jerry Leiber et al., plaintiffs-appellants-cross-appellees.
Sep 25, 2017 ... Avenged Sevenfold vs. Warner Bros. Records — A Lawsuit With Huge Implications. A lot of what is going to be covered has never been litigated before. Whatever decision comes out, it will have implications for everyone. Avenged Sevenfold (photo by Jeff Forney). If you are visiting this site, I assume it's ...