Ed Sheeran's 'Let's Get It On' copyright victory

Jurors decided the singer's live medley performance wasn't strong enough evidence of copying

Ed Sheeran
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Ed Sheeran has once again won a copyright infringement case after being accused of ripping off another popular song. What did the case against Sheeran look like, and what might his win mean for the music industry?

Why was Ed Sheeran being sued for copyright infringement?

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