Music and entertainment.
I started working for an established artist as his manager, who revealed to me that a track he is credit as one of the producers with the artist, which went on to be one of the most sampled track in hip hop, he never received a penny. He told me that he was promised his money from the publishing, which he has never received. This track was released in 1987 and is still sampled today.
Does he have a legal right to sue for his publishing?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Generally speaking, yes he does a right to sue and possibly he is owed significant sums. There are some caveats, so need to discuss this with the artist.
Please have him call or write
Roman R. Fichman, Esq.
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