Band Members Victorious In Contract Dispute With Record Company
On behalf of The Law Office of Lynnette Ariathurai, A Professional Corporation posted in Contract Disputes on Wednesday, November 30, 2016.
For the past five years, the heavy metal rock band "A Day to Remember" has been engaged in a court battle with Victory Records in another state. Similar to many lawsuits involving the music industry in California, the contract dispute involved allegations that the band owed the record company money. Victory Records also claimed band members were obligated to perform several more album releases in order to fulfill the obligations included in the signed agreement.
A jury recently determined otherwise. The court then ordered that Victory Records pay A Day to Remember approximately $4 million in withheld royalties and other proceeds. The jury found that the band had met all of its obligations and responsibilities according to the contract.
Apparently, several re-releases and live performances the band provided counted toward the promised release schedule. A band spokesperson told reporters that members are anticipating an appeal to be filed on behalf of Victory Records. For now, the band is very satisfied with the jury's decision.
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Source: metalinjection.net, "A DAY TO REMEMBER Awarded $4 Million In Contract Dispute with Victory Records", Robert Pasbani, Nov. 23, 2016