March 3, 2021
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Bob Dylan Sued Over Co-Writer’s Claim to Song Catalog Sale: What It Means – Billboard

Dylan seldom worked with other writers and Levy’s co-writing on Desire is arguably his most famous songwriting collaboration.
Whereas with typical co-writing arrangements, Levy would be entitled to an ownership share of the songs, his agreement with Dylan was instead made as a work-for-hire that gave Dylan full ownership. Only it was not a typical work-for-hire either. Instead, the deal entitled Levy and his publisher to 35% the songs revenue, paid by Dylan or directly from a performance rights…

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