The Finnish death metal band recently announced the departure of three longtime band members.
The King Crimson co-founder calls his lack of recognition a “historic injustice.”
Kanye had sought to invalidate the publishing contract.
The Original Misfits shows helped settle a legal dispute regarding the band’s trademarks and profits.
West is seeking freedom from the contract, as well as ownership of all works published after October 2010.
Following a bitter dispute, Williams has finally gotten full approval to move forward with construction.
The onetime members of the band had claimed they didn’t receive their fair share of the profits.
The Prince Estate may be notoriously litigious, but we’re totally on board with this one.
After losing a court case, Horror, Inc. retains the rights to Jason, but not the title.
Protracted legal battle has ended with an eight-figure settlement and Weezy’s freedom from Cash Money.
Meanwhile, the R&B singer is facing a new lawsuit from a woman accusing him of sexual battery, false imprisonment, and failure to disclose an STD.
The guitar is said to be worth millions and was supposedly the last one played by Cobain before his passing.