Warner/Chappell, Puerto Rico gov. clash over `Copa.'

Ross, Karl
September 1998
Billboard;09/12/98, Vol. 110 Issue 37, p12
Trade Publication
Details Warner/Chappell Music Inc.'s accusations against Puerto Rican Gov. Pedro Rossello for violating copyright laws. Rossello's unauthorized use of the song `La Copa De La Vida,' at pro-statehood political functions; Excerpts of a letter from attorneys for Warner/Chappell to Rossello; Who the song is performed by; How the lyrics have become the popular mantra for the island's statehood movement.


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