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The Top 10 Music Copyright Cases of All-Time

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Date Published

April 27, 2021


Mecklenburg County Bar


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Learn the law and stories behind the greatest and craziest music copyright cases of all-time

In this session, attendees will learn:

—how songs are built and why that could lead to lawsuits;

—what a plaintiff must prove to establish copyright infringement;

—defenses in these cases, along with possible damages;

—the top 10 cases of all time and all their craziness, along with music clips

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Jim Jesse, Esq.

Jim Jesse has been an attorney since 1992, and has been a full-time Music Copyright Law presenter since 2013 as Rock n Roll... Read More

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