October 7, 2008 | News

Firm obtains injunction for independent record label against hip-hop artist

Jonathan D. Davis, P.C., represented an independent record company in a contractual dispute with one of the company's exclusive recording artists. When the artist failed to perform under her recording agreement, the record company filed a lawsuit in the New York Supreme Court seeking legal and equitable remedies against the artist and her company.

Immediately after filing the complaint, Jonathan D. Davis, P.C. moved for a court order to temporarily enjoin and restrain the artist and her company from, among other things, providing her musical recording services to others and creating, releasing, and distributing new music. The Court granted the motion. Shortly thereafter, the parties resolved their dispute.

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