Decide Places Yellowcard’s Copyright-Infringement Lawsuit In opposition to Juice Wrld On Maintain


Yellowcard’s lawsuit towards late rapper Juice Wrld, which alleges that the rapper’s track “Lucid Desires” infringed on its 2006 track “Holly Wooden Died,” been positioned on non permanent maintain.

United States District Decide Consuelo B. Marshall ordered a keep till a consultant for Juice Wrld’s property might be appointed.

Juice Wrld handed away on Dec. 8. The Prepare dinner County Medical Examiner’s Workplace dominated the reason for his reason behind loss of life to be an unintended overdose, figuring out that he “died on account of oxycodone and codeine toxicity.”

“It has been falsely reported that Yellowcard is demanding a certain amount of damages,” a rep reportedly mentioned of the claims that they had been suing for $15 million in December. “They’re merely looking for what the regulation permits, and what events of their place have sought in comparable circumstances, which at this level isn’t decided.”

The rep continued, “My shoppers are definitely torn about continuing, and perceive the optics concerned. However you will need to do not forget that this lawsuit was filed earlier than this tragic occasion, and was filed as a result of the entire defendants (and there are 2 different writers and a number of other music publishers and report labels), profited off of what we consider was clear copying and infringement of Yellowcard’s work.”