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Katy Perry’s Dark Horse Gets Trammeled—Is It Time For a New Breed of Music Copyright Protection?

By Michael Keyes

This week, a California jury found that Katy Perry, Capitol Records and a few other players were liable for copyright infringement to the tune of approximately $2,800,000.  The offending song is Katy Perry’s runaway smash hit “Dark Horse.”  The Plaintiff’s work is a 2008 Christian continue reading...


Aug 02, 2019 04:41 pm | Posted in: Trademarks

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