The estate of legendary singer Marvin Gaye took a hit in the courtroom today.\u00a0U.S. District Court judge John A. Kronstadt denied the Gaye family that producer Pharrell Williams and singer Robin Thicke would have to pay $3.5 million dollars in attorney's fees the family amassed during their lawsuit against the "Blurred Lines" collaborators. A jury sided with the Gaye family saying that "Blurred Lines" infringed on "Got To Give It Up" and was initially awarded 7.4 million, but 5.3 million dollars. "The Gaye Parties have not\u00a0shown that an award of attorney\u2019s fees is warranted," Kronstadt wrote in his decision. "Beyond the success on the merits, little else\u00a0supports their position. This case presented novel issues. How they would be determined was not, even\u00a0with hindsight, something that was clear."