Universal, Jessie J Stole Pop Hit 'Domino', 9th Circ. Told

By Daniel Siegal (March 8, 2016, 11:04 PM EST) -- A California indie rocker urged the Ninth Circuit Tuesday to revive his lawsuit alleging Universal Music Group and pop star Jessie J ripped off his song for their hit "Domino," arguing the pop hit's writers had access to his song through Universal.

During oral arguments in Pasadena, Calif., Michael Gross of Gross Law Offices urged a three-judge panel to revive his client Will Loomis' copyright suit alleging Jessie J — legally Jessica Cornish — and her songwriting team from UMG Recordings Inc. ripped off the song "Bright Red Chords" by Loomis' band, Loomis and the Lusts. Gross urged the panel to...

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