In this clip from an ABA 2007 Forum titled “Entertainment Law Litigation Review,” the panelists discuss a case brought in the UK against the estate of Jimi Hendrix, in which the plaintiff claimed to own the rights to all of Jimi Hendrix’ music. This case and its outcome illuminate what copyright, ownership and infringement mean in the UK. The panelists also contrast UK copyright law with its US equivalent, and explore some important differences.