9th Circuit Led Zeppelin ruling introduces new copyright infringement framework
The Ninth Circuit’s Stairway to Heaven decision on September 28 offers a better application of the inverse ratio rule, according to one observer
The Ninth Circuit recently vacated in part the district court’s judgement that Led Zeppelin’s Stairway to Heaven did not infringe Spirit’s 1960s instrumental track Taurus. The appeals court took Zeppelin’s case as an opportunity to change its copyright infringement framework....
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