Record label sued by a former artist for copyright and other violations

A record label was sued by one of its former artists alleging a variety of claims, including breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract, copyright violations, and violations of the Tennessee Consumer Protection Act, in connection with a Recording Agreement and two Publishing Agreements.

Waller represented the record label in claims brought by a former artist related to recording and publishing agreements. Waller litigated the case over the course of more than a year and was able to conclude the matter favorably for the client.

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