I've heard plenty about those cases. The Fogerty case, which you seem to enjoy repeating as if it were just automatically absurd somehow, was about a specific song, not whether he sounded "too much like himself" i.e. CCR and in this case he wasn't the copyright holder of the CCR tune. Fogerty won the case and the analysis regarded the 2 songs in question, not whether he had something as nebulous as a "similar style" to CCR obviously. Your understanding of the law mirrors your lack of understanding of music more generally it would seem. And again, please try to calm down and refrain from using all of that potty language. Thank you in advance.