Marvin Gaye’s family wins $5.3m ‘Blurred Lines’ appeal
Marvin Gaye family seeks to block Blurred Lines
Marvin Gaye family awarded $7.3m in Blurred Lines copyright case
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Musicians Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke have requested a US court rehear the "Blurred Lines" copyright case that demanded they pay $7.3 million in damages to Marvin Gaye’s family.
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Pharrell Williams; Robin Thicke; Marvin Gaye; Blurred Lines; Got To Give It Up; copyright; music; US District Court for the Central District of California