Music Copyright After ‘Blurred Lines’: Forensic Musicologists Speak

When a jury decided in March of 2015 that Robin Thicke, Pharrell William and Clifford “T.I.” Harris were guilty of copyright infringement in lifting elements of  “Blurred Lines” from the Marvin Gaye classic “Got to Give It Up,” the estate of Marvin Gaye grew several million dollars richer. But according to some industry insiders, the “Blurred Lines” verdict might mean an even bigger windfall for those working in the little-known field of forensic musicology.

Source: Music Copyright After ‘Blurred Lines’: Forensic Musicologists Speak

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