Just last March a jury ruled that Robin Thicke, Pharrell and T.I. copied part of Marvin Gaye's hit 'Got To Give It Up' and the family of late singer was awarded $5.3 million. Now Nona and Frankie Gaye, Marvin's daughter and son, want another $3.4 million!
Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke aren't looking too "happy" in deposition videos released following the "Blurred Lines" lawsuit. Fans get to see how each of the artist's answers played a part in the jury's final decision in the case.
Marvin Gaye's sisters are extremely upset because Marvin's ex-wife has cut them out of the $7.3 million settlement that was won in their suit against Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke for the hit song "Blurred Lines."
A week after being found guilty in the “Blurred Lines” trial, Pharrell Williams finally speaks out about the jury’s $7.4 million verdict that he, along with Robin Thicke, must pay to the Marvin Gaye estate.
After a lengthy legal battle, the Marvin Gaye family has come out victorious in their copyright-infringement case against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams. On Tuesday (March 10), a California federal jury found Thicke and Williams guilty of copying Gaye’s 1977 song “Got to Give It Up…