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

Paul McCartney has reached a confidential settlement of his lawsuit against Sony/ATV Music Publishing in which he sought to reclaim copyrights to songs by the Beatles. The accord disclosed on Thursday in filings with the U.S. District Court in ...and more »

Solo Sir Paul McCartney stuns rail passengers - NEWS.com.au

SIR Paul McCartney has stunned rail passengers in the UK after hopping on a train without any form of security. The Beatles star was spotted on-board a train travelling from London to Hastings and seemed pretty relaxed as he kicked back in the small ...and more »

Paul McCartney Settles Lawsuit Against Sony Over Beatles Copyrights - TheWrap

Paul McCartney and Sony have worked it out in the legal arena. A lawsuit filed by McCartney against Sony/ATV Music Publishing and Sony/ATV Tunes has been settled, according to legal papers obtained by TheWrap. The suit has been dismissed without ...and more »

Paul McCartney & Sony/ATV resolve Beatles rights battle - The Industry Observer

Paul McCartney and Sony/ATV have quietly settled on a landmark case over rights to songs he wrote with the Beatles. The legendary singer, songwriter and bass player sued the music publishing giant in a U.S. District Court in New York earlier this year ...and more »

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 ...and more »

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.and more »

Paul McCartney Reaches Settlement With Sony/ATV in Beatles Rights Dispute - Hollywood Reporter

Sir Paul McCartney and Sony/ATV have reached a deal in their duel over The Beatles song rights, settling a case that had the potential to rock the music industry to its core. McCartney sued in January, asking the court for a declaration that he could ...and more »

Paul McCartney Settles with Sony/ATV over Beatles Catalogue - Forbes

Paul McCartney has reached a deal with Sony/ATV to avert a 2018 legal battle over parts of “The Beatles” catalogue. Sony/ATV bought the late Michael Jackson's 50% share of the catalogue, which Jackson himself had obtained after outbidding his “Say Say ...and more »

Paul McCartney says he doesn't drink booze before gigs anymore - because he says he would forget his own lyrics - Mirror.co.uk

He used to go on a Magical Mystery Tour before a show – but these days Paul McCartney says Let It Be to the booze because he started to forget his song words on stage. The star's backstage rider now consists of a bag of chocolate raisins and some ...and more »

McCartney and Sony: We can work it out - New York Post

Paul McCartney and music publisher Sony/ATV have proved that life is very short, and there's no time for fussing and fighting. The two have settled a lawsuit the legendary singer filed earlier this year to gain control over 260 songs he penned with ...and more »