Ken Linzer

Ken Linzer is a partner at the law firm Hobart Linzer, LLP where he focuses his practice on entertainment, intellectual property and technology industries. He is a 20-year veteran and has recently represented David Cassidy of The Partridge Family in a multi-million dollar merchandising royalties suit against Screen Gems.

Will Led Zeppelin be Gored by 'Raging Bull' Decision? (Guest Post)

Will Led Zeppelin be Gored by 'Raging Bull' Decision? (Guest Post)

A lawyer for the defunct 1960s band Spirit says the band plans to file a copyright infringement action against Led Zeppelin for its iconic song "Stairway to Heaven", arguing the opening notes are too similar to Spirit’s “Taurus”. Will the court tell Spirit to ramble on, or will a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision involving the film “Raging Bull” mean a swing in their favor?