“Take all your big plans/ And break ‘em/ This is bound to be a while.” John Mayer’s lyrics just might hint at his next court case.
“The NFL thing is completely ridiculous. It’s been making me laugh for a while, but now it’s so boring I don’t even laugh anymore.”
The battle of copyrights continue between will.i.am and Pharrell.
Shakira’s former manager and boyfriend is suing the Latin pop star for money he feels he’s owed for helping her crossover into America.
Lady Gaga is caught in the middle of a legal suit filed in 2011 by her former personal assistant, Jennifer O’Neill.
With bands continually looking for ways to augment income in face of decreasing across-the-board record sales, brazen advertisers have allowed the Black Keys to turn commercial lawsuits into a lucrative revenue stream.
It happens all the time: a small artist, songwriter or producer file suit against a much bigger artist for stealing their song idea. But this artist might have a stronger case than most.
James Taylor is the latest artist to sue his former label over digital royalties (among other things), on a contract that was in place long before the MP3 was even conceived.
When he hasn’t been calling Madonna any four-letter-word he can think of, Sir Elton John has been busy filing libel suits against a London newspaper recently.
“Don’t Be Messing Around,” a previously unreleased track from the Michael Jackson classic Bad has circulated ahead of the album’s 25th anniversary reissue. As should be expected with most unreleased singles and B-sides, the song […]