Come Together: Paul McCartney settles copyright lawsuit he launched against Sony/ATV - WFJA Classic Hits and Oldies 105.5 FM

Paul McCartney has settled a lawsuit he filed in January against Sony/ATV, in an attempt reclaim the copyrights to a bunch of Beatles songs he wrote or co-wrote that are owned by the publishing company. According to The Hollywood Reporter, McCartney ...

Paul McCartney Settles with Sony/ATV to Reclaim Beatles' Song Copyright - Fortune

The accord disclosed on Thursday in filings with the U.S. District Court in Manhattan ends the 75-year-old McCartney's pre-emptive effort to ensure that the copyrights, once owned by Michael Jackson, would go to him starting in October 2018. U.S ...

Sir Paul McCartney Makes Beatles Publishing Rights Deal With Sony - CBS Local

LOS ANGELES (Radio.com) – Sir Paul McCartney and Sony have a reached a deal regarding the publishing rights to 267 of The Beatles' songs. McCartney appeared in a Manhattan court yesterday (June 29) and struck a confidential agreement with Sony to ...

Win In Court For Paul McCartney - 96.3 KKLZ

Paul McCartney and the song publishing firm Sony/ATV have reached peace in their ongoing battle over rights to the Beatles' song catalog. McCartney sued in January to reclaim his ownership to the copyrights, and Sony/ATV has acquiesced, returning ...

Paul McCartney, Sony settle Beatles song rights dispute - Globalnews.ca

After going to court to regain the rights to 267 of The Beatles' songs, Paul McCartney has finally reached a settlement with Sony Music. McCartney, now 75, was a guitarist and singer in the legendary rock band and is one of two surviving members (the ...

Paul McCartney and Sony Settle Beatles Copyright Suit - Ultimate Classic Rock

Paul McCartney and Sony have settled the lawsuit he filed back in January to reclaim the copyright to some of his earliest songs with the Beatles. According to The Hollywood Reporter, McCartney and Sony/ATV Music Publishing have settled out of court.

Sir Paul McCartney and Sony 'reach deal' on The Beatles song rights - BBC News

Sir Paul McCartney and Sony have a reached a deal in a battle over who owns publishing rights to The Beatles' songs, The Hollywood Reporter says. The musician had gone to a US court, seeking to regain the rights to 267 of the band's classic tracks.

Multimillionaire Paul McCartney spotted on public transport by himself (but still goes First Class, of course) - Mirror.co.uk

A picture of Paul McCartney riding the train alone has sparked a brilliant online debate over who has the best celeb spotting story. A fan who was amazed to see the Beatles star travelling on his own, sneakily took a snap before sharing it on Twitter ...