Proving a copyright infringement claim that a big name artist stole your musical hit is extremely challenging. Much of that challenge rests with issues that should be confronted long before a case finds its way into court.

This includes understanding the limitations in copyright law itself, the manner in which music has evolved, and in some cases, how musical theory over the centuries has been transformed into something new today. Even selecting the proper court can make or break a case.

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