Ep. 162: Please Stop Rockin’ Down In Trump World

Law360's Pro Say - News & Analysis on Law and the Legal Industry

Aug 7 2020 • 36 mins

Rock star Neil Young filed a lawsuit this week aiming to block President Donald Trump from using his music at campaign events -- the first significant legal action taken by an artist among many who have complained about Trump’s choice of rally anthems. But as host Bill Donahue explains on this week’s episode, the complexities of music licensing makes stopping a campaign from playing particular music harder than it might seem. Also this week, New York’s attorney general seeks to dissolve the NRA over financial misconduct; the Federal Circuit rules against the misuse of PACER fees by the judiciary; and a former pro baseball player who fought off a drug-addled naked man on his front lawn wins in court.

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