Funk Godfather George Clinton Not Just Knee Deep in Copyright Fight

, The Am Law Daily

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The latest twist in the P-Funk mastermind's tangled legal saga finds him in danger of losing control of his hard-won rights to the master recordings of four of his classic albums—to one of the law firms that helped him reclaim those rights in the first place.

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