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Greg Kihn V. Bill Graham Archives Class Action Lawsuit Over Illegal Use Of Rock Music…

Rock Music Artists Sue Website For The Reported Illegal Use Of Their Content

A group of rock music artists, led by Greg Kihn, is taking a music memorabilia collection online site to court in a lawsuit after it reportedly unlawfully engaged in recording, sharing, and posting protected content without obtaining permission. 

Greg Kihn, et al. v. Bill Graham Archives, LLC, et al.

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‘Jeopardy’ Singer Pursue Legal Action Against Online Site In Court 

Greg Kihn, one of the plaintiffs in the Greg Kihn V. Bill Graham Archives Class Action Lawsuit, contends that pursuing a class action suit is the appropriate way to deal with the legal questions raised against defendants Bill Graham Archives, LLC and its cohorts. It is noteworthy that officials have given their permission to Kihn the year prior to continuing on with the class action proceedings. 

Kihn is well-known for his hit song in the early 80’s ‘Jeopardy.’ 

The Greg Kihn V. Bill Graham Archives Class Action Lawsuit concerns accusations that Wolfgang’s Vault illegally made use of rock musicians’ music material without any prior consent. 

More History

Now filed in the United States (U.S.) Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, the class action is met with pressing legal queries forwarded by the judge hearing the case. 

It is said that Judge Daniel Bress raised a number of legal concerns in relation to the arguments raised by the aggrieved party against the defendants, including concretely proving that the involved artists have not given their consent to be recorded and the like.

Judge Bress even cast doubt that a single person’s situation would not be enough to cover a Class that should supposedly have and shares the same experiences as the plaintiff. 

He opened up the possibility that taking the class action route is not the best way to handle a multi-faceted and highly complicated legal case. 

As of writing, there is no further information in relation to the subject matter mentioned above. However, Consider The Consumer will continue to provide you with the latest pieces of information revolving around it. Stay tuned.

Editor’s Note on Greg Kihn V. Bill Graham Archives Class Action Lawsuit: 

This class action feature aims to give you a simple rundown about the allegations raised by rock singers, headed by Greg Kihn, thrown against an Internet page that specializes in rockstar memorabilia. Now, the case is being handled in a higher court. We also recommend you the Travis Scott Astroworld Lawsuit. 

Case Name(s) & No.(s): Greg Kihn, et al. v. Bill Graham Archives, LLC, et al.; Case No.: 20-17397 

Jurisdiction: United States (U.S.) Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit  

Allegation(s): Rock Star Wolfgang’s Vault is guilty of unlawfully making use of rock musicians’ content without seeking express consent prior.                  

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