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George Clinton v UMG: Royalty Disputes and More
This article is was originally published in Billboard Magazine and has been reprinted with permission. George Clinton v. Universal Music Group Highlights Time Limits On Royalty Claims, BILLBOARD, Sept. 29, 2011. by Tamera H. Bennett Judging from pioneering funk productions helmed by Parliament-Funkadelic mastermind George Clinton, the man knows the value of staying on the [...]
George Clinton -- One Killed, Three Others Shot After Concert One person was killed and three others were shot after a fight broke out following a George Clinton concert in Cleveland last night, police tell TMZ. Clinton performed at something called the eighth annual "Unity in the Park" festival, a free, day-long… Permalink
Reasonable Royalty 35 U.S.C. §284 awards damages "in no event less than a reasonable royalty for the use made of the invention by the infringer." Reasonable royalty is thus the lowest award possible for patent infringement, and in no way bounds what infringement should cost...