For the Gen X-ers, they know what this means. It's the title of a popular song made famous by the musical group, the Black Eyed Peas. In legal circles, it became a copyright legal battle over whether the song was stolen by the internationally popular group from a young up-and-coming Chicago artist who wrote a song "Boom Dynamite." In an article by Pamela Sakowicz Menaker, Communications Partner at Clifford Law Offices and Editorial Board member of the Chicago Bar Association Record publication, she writes of a recent meeting that was held at the CBA where defense attorneys of the Black Eyed Peas went step-by-step through a copyright infringement action. Find out what happened in this case when you read the article by clicking here.