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Is This Girl Really on Fire?

Is This Girl Really on Fire?

Alicia Keys has been sued by Earl Shuman, a songwriter, for copyright infringement on her new track “Girl on Fire.” Shuman became aware of the similarity to a track of his from 1962 when a blogger mentioned it online.

Sara Goldschmidt

Sara Goldschmidt is a second year student at Fordham Law and is a staff member on IPLJ. She holds a degree in Political Science and Criminal Justice from George Washington University. Her interest in intellectual property law stems from her failure to have any actual talent in the entertainment, sports, and media world – this is her way in!