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October 20, 2016

Time: 3:00PM-5:00PM

Copyright Infrigement Lawsuits: Why Some Win (Blurred Lines), Why Some Lose (Led Zeppelin), and What’s Next (NA)

There have been several high profile music copyright infringement decisions recently that have the public and industry buzzing.  Unfortunately, the media, and others discussing the cases, often times get the facts underlying those decisions wrong. This leaves the public, and even songwriters, and others in the industry, with the wrong impression about the facts, the law, and the evidence on which decisions are based.

You are invited to join Richard S. Busch, of King & Ballow, the lead litigator in the “Blurred Lines” case, among other noteworthy cases, as he discusses the facts of the "Blurred Lines" case, as well as important evidentiary rulings made in that case, and the evidence that supported the jury verdict in favor of the Gaye family, which was then confirmed by the District Judge.  Mr. Busch will also be discussing the important issues on appeal in "Blurred Lines," as well as his take on other recent cases, including the recently decided "Led Zeppelin" case, and his view on the important issues that will be litigated in future copyright infringement lawsuits.




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