Nike continues to fiercely protect their trademark. The Swoosh is suing Lululemon for infringement for a second time.

British singer Rick Astley sues Minnesota rapper Yung Gravy over vocal imitation on the viral hit song "Betty (Get Money)."

A federal judge has refused to dismiss the case against Ed Sheeran for allegedly lifting elements from Marvin Gaye’s iconic, “Let’s Get It On,” for his 2014 hit, “Thinking Out Loud.” 

As we have been reminded time after time with more money come more problems. Travis Scott is being accused of musical thievery.

More money more problems continues to ring as an applicable mantra in Hip-Hop. Thankfully Migos dodged a big legal bullet this week that will let them keep their coins.

The ongoing sampling and copyright infringement case between singer Tracy Chapman and Nicki Minaj has an added development that could drag out the matter even longer. In recent court documents that were introduced, Chapman has named Funkmaster Flex in the matter after he played a shelved record featuring the singer’s music.

Lizzo has been battling a pair of plagiarism claims in connection to her massive hit “Truth Hurts,” and a resolution has finally been made by the singer. The Cuz I Love You star will give the woman who inspired the “100%” line that set the tone for the track.

The two most unlikely footwear companies to be beefing are now in a heated legal war. Nike is alleging Skechers is copying their popular releases.

One of the biggest streaming platforms has a bit of explaining to do. Associates of Eminem claim the company is using his music without the proper compensation.

A producer has launched a massive lawsuit naming the likes of Cardi B, Master P and others over a track he created in 2000. DJ JMK produced the song “Choppa Style Instrumental” which he claims has been lifted by a number of others.

Kawhi Leonard has filed a lawsuit against his former endorser in Nike after he claims the apparel company lifted a logo he created for their own purposes. Leonard, who is under contract with New Balance, says the company had permission to use the logo at one point but filed a copyright on the image without […]

It seems Top Dawg Entertainment got caught with their paws in the cookie jar. Two of their top artists have cut a check to avoid the court room.