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Introduction

Claims involving Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, and Juice WRLD made October a busy month for plagiarism watchers.

Highlights

  • Copyright infringement claims against high-profile artists and performers are part and parcel of today's recorded-music industry. Not only are millions of dollars at stake should a claim be successful, but the reputations of artists renowned for their songwriting can also take a hit.

Features and Benefits

  • Details the plagiarism claims made in October.
  • Explains October developments in cases at different stages.

Key questions answered

  • Why has Taylor Swift's lyric plagiarism case been reopened?
  • Which other high-profile artist was on the receiving end of a plagiarism claim in October?

Table of contents

Ovum view

  • Summary
  • No letup in the rise of high-profile artist plagiarism claims
  • Taylor Swift lyric plagiarism case back on
  • Emo fan Juice WRLD and the source of Lucid Dreams

Appendix

  • Author

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