Posted by Robert
Rap News Network
9/3/2004 6:56:51 AM
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Amaru Entertainment has sued Baby Vox and Trinity Home Entertainment, who supplied Baby Vox with Tupac’s music to the LA Federal Court of Justice, suing for compensation, arguing that they invaded the rights of the music.
Baby Vox has included Tupac’s voice and a DVD of Tupac in the 7th album they released last spring.
Amaru entertainment has also applied for a provisional disposition to ban the selling and marketing within America. The court of justice submissions office has stated that “Baby Vox and their company DR Music has used Tupac’s music, as well as video clips and the trademark 2PAC without permission to market their album.”
Amaru Entertainment states “We have never allowed Baby Vox to use Tupac’s music and video clips. We notified them to stop the use when we found out last April, but Baby Vox denied,” and stated their reason of sue. Laywer Brenda Take states “Through the provisional disposition submission, we stated our position thoroughly. The sue begins now.”
About this, Baby Vox’s company states “We have made a contract with Trinity Entertainment who had the rights to Tupac’s Music Video.” And “If the provisional disposition is accepted, we will appeal suit.”
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Translated by MZ FERIA + bbvox.net.
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