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Supreme Court Sides with Miami Producer in Copyright Case Against Warner Music

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Supreme Court Sides with Miami Producer in Copyright Case Against Warner Music (Wikipedia)

In a landmark decision, the Supreme Court has ruled against Warner Music in a copyright infringement case concerning the 2008 hit song "In The Ayer" by Flo Rida. The court's decision, with a majority ruling of 6-3, upheld a lower court's judgment that the lawsuit brought by Miami producer Tony Butler did not violate the statute of limitations.

Supreme Court Rules Against Flo Rida Distributors

Butler, who produced the 1980s track "Jam the Box," argued that elements of his song were used in Flo Rida's track without his permission. He claimed that he was. . .

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