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Warner Loses Indemnification Claim Over Madonna Song ‘Vogue’

Apr 18, 2019

The Second Circuit has ruled that a songwriter who composed the song “Vogue” with Madonna did not have to indemnify the music publisher for attorneys’ fees it incurred in successfully defending a copyright infringement suit over the song.

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Warner Loses Indemnification Claim Over Madonna Song ‘Vogue’
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