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Attorney in Led Zeppelin Copyright Case Aims To Block Reissue of ‘Led Zeppelin IV’

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Led Zeppelin in 1973 (Evening Standard/Getty Images)

Led Zeppelin in 1973 (Evening Standard/Getty Images)

Attorney Francis Alexander Malofiy likes to go after big adversaries in the courtroom. He recently made headlines when he announced that he was representing the trust of the late Spirit frontman Randy California and founding Spirit bassist Mark Andes in a copyright infringement suit against Led Zeppelin because of similarities between Zep’s “Stairway to Heaven” and Spirit’s “Taurus.” They are also filing an injunction that would block the upcoming reissue of Led Zeppelin IV, which contains the song.

Related: Led Zeppelin is Being Sued Over ‘Stairway to Heaven’

But Malofiy just had a rather large setback in another case against a high-profile artist: Usher.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Malofiy was representing Dan Marino (not the legendary football player), who was suing Usher over the song “Bad Girl,” which he originally co-wrote with his former songwriting partners William Guice and Dante Barton.

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