Songwriters say awarding Marvin Gaye’s estate 50% royalties was ‘a cascade of legal errors'
The fees relate to last year's 'Blurred Lines' copyright case
Get a little look at what was said in the 'Blurred Lines' copyright trial
Emily Ratajkowski also says it's 'weird' that 'a woman's naked body is so controversial in our culture'
Musicians have also had cost of damages reduced by £1m
Pair have been ordered to pay $7.3m (£4.8m) to the family of Marvin Gaye
Rapper made guest appearance on 2013 hit single
Defence lawyer says ruling sets a "horrible precedent"
Hit single has mad made over £10m to date
Artist is seeking to prove that many songs share similar chords and melodies
Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams will stand before jury for plagiarism charges
His and Pharrell Williams' depositions in the Marvin Gaye copyright case have been made public
Disastrous first week of sales for 'Paula' continues
The singer's new album 'Paula' is named after his estranged wife
Tracks include 'Get Her Back' and 'Too Little Too Late'
'Paula' will reportedly include the song 'Get Her Back'
Track tops chart with over 1.5m sales, ahead of songs by Adele and Maroon 5
The singer said he still loves actress Paula Patton
The 'Blurred Lines' singer has been called a 'worthy winner' of the End Violence Against Women Coalition poll
The singer beats Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky'
The frontman says Thicke is "not a bad guy" but that the video and lyrics are suspect
The summer hit was banned in numerous Students Union bars who say the song excuses rape
UCL joins other UK Universities to outlaw the controversial song
Singer's estate also targets Gaye's music publisher EMI April
'Blurred Lines' singer says he doesn't twerk as he's the 'twerkee'
Beats Pill speakers advert is based on infamous 'Blurred Lines' video and features scantily clad models
The track is now ahead of the French dance duo's hit and Avicii’s 'Wake Me Up'
The Yorkshire campus is the latest university to outlaw the hit single following the University of Edinburgh
The university's Student Union says the track promotes an "unhealthy attitude towards sex and consent"
1997 harpsichord and violin track clocks thousands of accidental streams