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Sony Says Paul McCartney Lawsuit Over Beatles Songs Is Unripe

Billboard.com Monday, 13 March 2017
Paul McCartney waited decades for his opportunity to reclaim rights to songs he authored as a member of The Beatles. Now, Sony/ATV Music Publishing...
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Paul McCartney, who has waited decades to reclaim ownership of hundreds of the Beatles' songs, should wait a little longer rather than continue his U.S. lawsuit against Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, the defendant said. District Court in Manhattan, a lawyer for Sony/ATV said the publisher has never...

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