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Taylor Swift Files Motion To Dismiss Her 2017 Copyright Case Over Song 'Shake It Off'

Taylor Swift Files Motion To Dismiss Her 2017 Copyright Case Over Song 'Shake It Off'

12 January 2022

In 2017, singer Taylor Swift was accused of plagiarizing the lyrics of her 2014 single "Shake It Off."

Taylor Swift Runs Into Copyright Lawsuit For ‘Shake It Off’

Taylor Swift Runs Into Copyright Lawsuit For ‘Shake It Off’

13 January 2022

A California judge denied Taylor Swift's request to dismiss a lawsuit alleging she copied lyrics from the R&B girl group 3LW's song 'Playas Gon' Play' from...


PhonePe Pulls Pulls Back Petition Against BharatPe, Will File Fresh Suit

PhonePe went to the Bombay High Court seeking an injunction to restrain BharatPe's parent Resilient Innovation from misusing PhonePe's registered trademarks by...

Nippon Steel Sues Japan Business Partner Toyota Over Patent

Nippon Steel Sues Japan Business Partner Toyota Over Patent

01 January 2022

Tokyo-based Nippon Steel filed the lawsuit Thursday in Tokyo District Court, demanding compensation for damages totalling 20 billion yen ($177 million).


Twitter Blocks Ravi Shankar Prasad's Account Alleging Violation Of US Copyright Act

The minister slammed Twitter calling the action as being arbitrary and gross violation of IT rules.

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Taylor Swift Files Motion To Dismiss Her 2017 Copyright Case Over Song 'Shake It Off'

Taylor Swift Files Motion To Dismiss Her 2017 Copyright Case Over Song 'Shake It Off'

In 2017, singer Taylor Swift was accused of plagiarizing the lyrics of her 2014 single "Shake It Off."

12 January 2022
Taylor Swift Runs Into Copyright Lawsuit For ‘Shake It Off’

Taylor Swift Runs Into Copyright Lawsuit For ‘Shake It Off’

A California judge denied Taylor Swift's request to dismiss a lawsuit alleging she copied lyrics from the R&B girl group 3LW's song 'Playas Gon' Play' from 2014.

13 January 2022
PhonePe Pulls Pulls Back Petition Against BharatPe, Will File Fresh Suit

PhonePe Pulls Pulls Back Petition Against BharatPe, Will File Fresh Suit

PhonePe went to the Bombay High Court seeking an injunction to restrain BharatPe's parent Resilient Innovation from misusing PhonePe's registered trademarks by use and promotion of the marks 'PostPe'/'postpe'.

23 October 2021
Nippon Steel Sues Japan Business Partner Toyota Over Patent

Nippon Steel Sues Japan Business Partner Toyota Over Patent

Tokyo-based Nippon Steel filed the lawsuit Thursday in Tokyo District Court, demanding compensation for damages totalling 20 billion yen ($177 million).

01 January 2022
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