Jury Sides With Marvin Gaye’s Family in ‘Blurred Lines’ Copyright Case

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Left, Robin Thicke performs at a private party in Las Vegas on Dec. 31, 2014. (Credit: Isaac Brekken/Getty Images for Foxtail Nightclub) Right, Marvin Gaye in concert at the Royal Albert Hall on Sept. 29, 1976. (Credit: Evening Standard / Getty Images)

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A federal jury found Tuesday that the 2013 hit song "Blurred Lines" infringed on the Marvin Gaye chart-topper "Got to Give It Up," awarding nearly $7.4 million to Gaye's children.

Jurors found against singer-songwriters Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke, but held harmless the record company and rapper T.I.

The verdict capped a trial that lasted more than a week and focused on the similarities between the song and the legendary soul singer's 1977 hit.

The jurors began deliberating Thursday afternoon.

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