Doniger / Burroughs Files “Let it Go” Copyright Infringement Lawsuit Against Disney and Others

Venice, CA – The Doniger / Burroughs law firm has filed a complaint on behalf of musician Jaime Ciero against The Walt Disney Co. and others for the misappropriation and copying of Ciero’s original song, “Volar,” which was released to great acclaim and broadcast around the word in the late aughts. The complaint alleges that “Volar” was copied by Disney and its cohorts to create the song “Let it Go,” which is the primary musical component of the animated film Frozen. The case is currently pending in the Central District of the United States Court.

Mr. Ciero is represented by Scott Alan Burroughs, Esq. and David R. Shein, Esq.

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