The rodent-like villain in the slasher “Mickey’s Mouse Trap” also seems to be inspired by another iconic character.
Combs tried to make things right after a judge ordered one Florida fan to pay him $250,000 for copyright infringement.
Authors Jodi Picoult and Jonathan Franzen are also part of the suit, which accuses OpenAI of copyright infringement and “systematic theft on a mass scale."
The China-based fast-fashion giant is accused of carrying out “large-scale and systematic intellectual property theft” by several U.S. artists and designers.
The "Thinking Out Loud" singer is being sued for the song's likeness to "Let's Get It On" by Marvin Gaye.
British singer Ed Sheeran sang a few lyrics from a song that has him locked in a copyright dispute over Marvin Gaye’s soul classic “Let’s Get it On.”
The "Sad Motherf**kin' Parade" song from the duo's latest album glaringly shares several lines with "Hobo Ben," a poem written by Slim Wilson.
The suit will continue after a judge didn't buy the former president's excuse for lifting the Eddy Grant song for a campaign ad.
With the copyright expiring on "Gatsby" and many other works, fans have Muppets on the mind.
The Supreme Court declined to hear whether Jimmy Page plagiarized an instrumental by 1960s band Spirit to create the riff for the classic 1971 rock ballad.