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Who Owns Elvis's Golden Piano
Highest Court Sixth Circuit
Year Ended 1995
Plaintiffs Investor(s)
Defendants Elvis Presley Enterprises
Other Presley, Elvis
Short Description The owner of the rights to Elvis Presley's golden grand piano sued Elvis Presley Enterprises (EPE) for breach of contract and conversion after EPE sold souvenirs, postcards, and jewelry featuring the piano in Graceland's gift shop. The circuit court affirmed the lower court's award of damages to Plaintiff in the amount of approximately $110,000. - SKR

Legal Issues
Contracts Breach Payment & Performance
Property Personal Property Ownership, Possession & Tenancy
Torts Property Torts Conversion


Opinions 148 Inv. Group, Inc. v. Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc.
1995 WL 283785
Sixth Circuit , May 10, 1995 ( No. 93-6444 )


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Related Searches Parties
Elvis Presley Enterprises ( Defendant )
Investor(s) ( Plaintiff )
Presley, Elvis ( Other )

Legal Issues
Contracts / Breach / Payment & Performance
Property / Personal Property / Ownership, Possession & Tenancy
Torts / Property Torts / Conversion

Courts
Sixth Circuit (highest court)


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