Singer Lam Chan Khang responds to being sued

Lam Chan Khang’s lawyer denied stealing the song “Ou Tinh”. This person confirmed that the male singer was the author of the song.

On May 15, the lawyer representing Lam Chan Khang Nguyen Ha An confirmed that the People’s Court of Ho Chi Minh City has received the lawsuit from musician Vien Nghiep and is handling the case. Lawyers representing musician Vien Nghiep and singer Lam Chan Khang are working to handle the case.

Talking to us, lawyer Nguyen Ha An confirmed the song Dear Love composed by Lam Chan Khang independently, not related to Vien Nghiep as this musician previously stated.

“Singer Lam Chan Khang started composing songs in 2010 and has gradually improved. By the beginning of 2012, the song was performed and enjoyed copyright according to Articles 6, 13, 18, 19, 20 and 21 of the consolidated document No. 07/VBHN-VPQH dated June 25, 2019 Law of Department intellectual property”Lawyer Nguyen Ha An said.

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Lam Chan Khang was sued by musician Vien Nghiep.

According to the lawyer, the song Dear Love by Lam Chan Khang was brought to sing by the male singer in many performances. The audience posted the song performed by Lam Chan Khang on March 31, 2012 in Vinh Long on the social networking site, before Pham Van Lanh (musician Vien Nghiep) went to register the copyright of the work at Copyright Office.

“Currently, Lam Chan Khang’s side is gathering more evidence of using songs from music publishers and organizations at earlier time periods.”the lawyer said.

Regarding signing a song authorization contract with the Vietnam Music Copyright Protection Center (VCPMC) but not providing a copyright certificate from the Copyright Office, Lam Chan Khang’s lawyer replied: “The work is a piece of music that does not require copyright registration. The song itself is protected by copyright under the Intellectual Property Law”.

On May 14, the author Vien Nghiep confirmed to us that he had filed a lawsuit against singer Lam Chan Khang to the People’s Court of Ho Chi Minh City for copyright infringement. Composer Vien Nghiep said he composed the song Dear Love 2009 and sent demos to many singers. In 2012, the musician registered the song’s copyright with the Copyright Office.

At the beginning of 2020, the musician signed a song authorization contract with the Vietnam Music Copyright Protection Center (VCPMC), and was informed that the song had been registered by Lam Chan Khang since 2012 and recognized as the author of the song. fake. Performance rights, ringtone revenue, advertising… received by Lam Chan Khang since 2012.

According to musician Vien Nghiep, after a meeting with VCPMC’s general director Dinh Trung Can, Lam Chan Khang’s lawyer expressed his wish to co-write the song under his name. Dear Love with Vien Nghiep. In addition, Lam Chan Khang’s side proposed to divide 50% of the male singer’s profits so far to musician Vien Nghiep. However, the musician disagrees.

The musician explains: “The song ‘Lord Love’ was composed by me, there is no way for Lam Chan Khang to co-author and share the profits. Once again, I asked the lawyer to call the VCPMC Director, Mr. Dinh Trung Can, to report the incident. Mr. Can called Lam Chan Khang but he did not cooperate. Therefore, I had to bring the case to court to claim justice.”

Lam Chan Khang real name Bui Thai Chau, born in 1985. He is famous in stages music West. He released the song Dear Love in 2013.

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