Full House: ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic is suing his former bandmate and co-writer for plagiarism

A judge has dismissed a lawsuit from former Full House co-writers and the former bandmates claim the former trio of musicians are infringing on their intellectual property.

In a ruling released Friday, U.S. District Judge John E. Donnelly said it is “clear” the alleged plagiarism occurred in 2009 when the trio of Full House members was producing and releasing a new album, Full House 3: The Complete Season.

“This lawsuit has nothing to do with the production or production of the album,” Donnelly wrote in his decision.

It is sufficient to prove that the defendants have infringed upon the defendants’ intellectual property rights.””

In my view, it is not necessary to prove infringement.

It is sufficient to prove that the defendants have infringed upon the defendants’ intellectual property rights.”

Full House was set to debut on HBO in March 2018, but the band broke up in late 2014.

The two original members, Chad Michaels and David Spade, remain members of the Full House franchise.