The Black Keys file two more 'soundalike' copyright infringement lawsuits


The Black Keys have filed a lawsuit against two more companies for alleged use imitations of their music in advertising, after settling similar Pizza Hut and Home Depot cases in December.

The new lawsuit is against US casino company Pinnacle Entertainment, which bought a "fully licensed" imitation track from Manhattan Production Music, a company that creates music for commercial advertising, reports Billboard.

According to a case filed in New York federal court, the defendants have used imitations of The ...

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