9th Circ. Upholds Roscoe's Loss In ASCAP Copyright Spat
In an unpublished, unanimous opinion, the Ninth Circuit panel dismissed the defendants' argument that live performances were not substantially similar to the copyrighted works, arguing that "substantial similarity" is not an element in a claim of copyright infringement.
"A showing of 'substantial similarity' is irrelevant...
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