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5 Costly Songwriting Similarities5 times songwriters admitted that their songs were a bit too similar to older songs, so they split the songwriting credit and the money.
Paula Patton Accuses Robin Thicke of 'Tampering' with Court OrderA January 19 incident at Patton’s mother’s home turned into a heated altercation, she claims. Thicke has denied the allegations.
Robin Thicke Leads Celebrity Tributes to Alan Thicke“The good thing was that he was beloved and he had closure,” said Robin. “I saw him a few days ago and told him how much I loved and respected him.”
Alan Thicke Dead at 69The Growing Pains star is survived by his 3 sons, Robin, Brennan and Carter and his wife, Tanya.
Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams, T.I. Appeal Copyright Infringement VerdictThe three performers are seeking to overturn the ruling that awarded $5.3 million in damages to Marvin Gaye's family as well as 50-percent of royalties.
Robin Thicke's Dad Has Sex to His Son's Music & He's MortifiedAnd wants all his music back.
LISTEN: DAILY WRAP: Bruno Mars Decides To Pay Up BEFORE Getting SuedIf you sample from another artist, pay them BEFORE they sue!
Robin Thicke, Pharrell & 'Blurred Lines' Could Get a New TrialThe battle between the Marvin Gaye estate and "Blurred Lines" writers Robin Thicke and Pharrell is not over yet.
Pharrell Talks 'Blurred Lines" For The First TimePharell Talks Blurred Lines For The First Time..see what he has to say about the lawsuit.
Marvin Gaye's Children Say Reports They're Suing Pharrell Are '100% False'For anyone who's confused about the "Blurred Lines" verdict, Marvin Gaye's children have written an open letter, which hopes to "set the record straight on a few misconceptions." Specifically, rumors that they're suing Pharrell.
Marvin Gaye Family Now Going After T.I., 'Blurred Lines' DistributorsA ruling in the family's favor could block distribution of the song.
Robin Thicke, Pharrell Lawyer Plans to Appeal 'Blurred Lines' Ruling"We owe it to songwriters around the world to make sure this verdict doesn't stand," said attorney Howard King.

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