Law360 (May 17, 2019, 6:38 PM EDT) -- Members of the alt-hip hop band Flobots slapped YouTube personality Logan Paul with a lawsuit Thursday claiming the release of his parody song "No Handlebars," which riffed on their hit song "Handlebars,” infringed on their copyright.
Flobots say Paul blatantly infringed the band’s copyright and asked a California federal court to grant it a permanent injunction prohibiting Paul from further infringement. The band says it is entitled to Paul’s profits made as a result of the alleged infringement, which its members claim is well over $1 million.
Flobots says it suffered irreparable harm due to Paul’s infringement, distribution, performance and overall...
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