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Did U2’s Bono And The Edge Copy Their Song The Fly From Another Artist?

Posted in Audio, Copyrights, Infringement, Law Suits

This is the question being presented in a lawsuit pending in the Southern District of New York against the iconic band U2 and a majority of its band mates.  Paul David Hewson (more well known as lead singer Bono), David Howell Evans (more well known as guitarist extraordinaire the Edge), drummer Laurence Joseph Mullen Jr.,… Continue Reading

Rocker and Reality Star Settles Suit Regarding Trademark

Posted in Trademarks

Band names are big merchandising business, including t-shirts, hats, posters and other paraphernalia.  When checking the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) website for other band trademarks, I was not surprised that the lead singer and savvy businessperson Jon Bon Jovi (a.k.a. John Bongiovi) owns the Bon Jovi® trademark himself. Eighties band REO Speedwagon set… Continue Reading