A US clothing designer's four-letter fashion brand starts with an "F'' and rhymes with "duct". The US Government is refusing to register the "immoral" trademark, but the designer says it is "thought-provoking".
A clothing store selling T-shirts with an image of AFLW player Tayla Harris, for charity, has been told to stop. But the AFL says it is so Harris can create her own merchandise for another good cause.
A US judge rejects the English singer and songwriter's request to dismiss a lawsuit accusing him of plagiarism, saying the two songs have similar percussion and basslines, and listeners might consider the "aesthetic appeal" to be similar.
If you see children performing at concerts you will probably also see a pack of proud parents capturing the moment on their smartphones, and they are probably all breaking the law.
A month after a Melbourne bar was fined more than $200,000 for failing to pay the correct fees, music licensing bodies have dismissed a call from restaurant and cafes owners to lower the fees for using copyrighted music in their establishments.
An enterprising eight-year-old is learning about business and helping his dyslexia at the same time, but his dreams have irked an electronics and entertainment giant.
Colorado artist Tom Edwards "resolves issues" with Tesla over the use of images now known around the internet as the farting unicorn.
The little-known Wollongong band Ruby Tuesdays faces a $2 million legal battle with a US restaurant chain over its name.