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Kool & Gang's Money Trouble (I)
Highest Court Third Circuit
Year Ended 1990
Plaintiffs Band Member(s)
Defendants No Defendants on file
Other Kool and the Gang
Music Publisher(s)
Polygram Records
Short Description James Taylor, singer for Kool and the Gang, declared and was granted bankruptcy. Nice exposition of the music industry as well. - [This entry is not yet complete or has not been edited/checked.]

Legal Issues
Bankruptcy Chapter 11 Assumption/Rejection of Obligations
  Chapter 13 Filing, Compliance & Dismissal

Opinions Matter of Taylor
913 F.2d 102
Third Circuit , September 04, 1990 ( No. 89-5700 )

Matter of Taylor
103 B.R. 511
D. New Jersey , July 28, 1989 ( Civ. A. Nos. 88-4428, 88-4375 )

Matter of Taylor
91 B.R. 302
D. New Jersey , September 14, 1988 ( No. 88-03507 )

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Related Searches Parties
Band Member(s) ( Plaintiff )
Kool and the Gang ( Other )
Music Publisher(s) ( Other )
Polygram Records ( Other )

Legal Issues
Bankruptcy / Chapter 11 / Assumption/Rejection of Obligations
Bankruptcy / Chapter 13 / Filing, Compliance & Dismissal

Third Circuit (highest court)
D. New Jersey

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