There’s a lady who’s sure, but the Ninth Circuit isn’t when it comes to a copyright case involving Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven.”

The full court agreed Monday to review a three-judge panel decision that ordered a new trial for the estate of songwriter Randy Wolfe, which alleges that the first few measures of the ’70s classic copies from a song called Taurus that Wolfe composed a few years earlier.

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