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Poison Clan Rapper vs. Record Label
Highest Court Eleventh Circuit
Year Ended 2008
Plaintiffs Band Member(s)
Defendants Individual(s)
Lil' Joe Records
Music Publisher(s)
Other 2 Live Crew
Luke Records
Poison Clan
Short Description Band sued Luke Records after it went bankrupt and was unable to fulfill its contracts with Plaintiff. Judgment for Defendant. - [This entry is not yet complete or has not been edited/checked.]

Legal Issues
Bankruptcy Chapter 11 Assumption/Rejection of Obligations
  Chapter 7 Third-Party Claims & Accounts
  General Chapter Conversion
Civil Procedure Evidence Admissibility
    Hearsay
Contracts Breach Payment & Performance
  Equitable Remedies Rescission
Copyrights Infringement Reproduction & Distribution/Dissemination
  Ownership Assignments, Licenses & Renewal Rights
General Affirmative Defenses Res Judicata & Collateral Estoppel
  Equitable Actions Promissory Estoppel
    Unjust Enrichment
  Equitable Remedies Restitution
Torts Economic Torts Fraud, Misrepresentation & Inducement
Trademarks & Unfair Competition Federal (Lanham Act) Unfair Competition, False Advertising & Related Torts


Opinions Thompkins v. Lil' Joe Records, Inc.
2008 WL 896898
S.D. Florida , March 31, 2008 ( No. 02-61161-CIV )


Thompkins v. Lil' Joe Records, Inc.
2008 WL 619320
S.D. Florida , March 04, 2008 ( No. 02-61161-CIV )


Thompkins v. Lil' Joe Records, Inc.
476 F.3d 1294;
Eleventh Circuit , February 05, 2007 ( No. 05-10143 )


Thompkins v. Lil' Joe Records, Inc.
2004 WL 5564189
S.D. Florida , December 08, 2004 ( No. 02-61161-CIV )


Thompkins v. Lil' Joe Records, Inc.
2003 WL 25719229
S.D. Florida , December 03, 2003 ( No. 02-61161-CIV )


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Related Searches Parties
2 Live Crew ( Other )
Band Member(s) ( Plaintiff )
Individual(s) ( Defendant )
Lil' Joe Records ( Defendant )
Luke Records ( Other )
Music Publisher(s) ( Defendant )
Poison Clan ( Other )

Legal Issues
Bankruptcy / Chapter 11 / Assumption/Rejection of Obligations
Bankruptcy / Chapter 7 / Third-Party Claims & Accounts
Bankruptcy / General / Chapter Conversion
Civil Procedure / Evidence / Admissibility
Civil Procedure / Evidence / Hearsay
Contracts / Breach / Payment & Performance
Contracts / Equitable Remedies / Rescission
Copyrights / Infringement / Reproduction & Distribution/Dissemination
Copyrights / Ownership / Assignments, Licenses & Renewal Rights
General / Affirmative Defenses / Res Judicata & Collateral Estoppel
General / Equitable Actions / Promissory Estoppel
General / Equitable Actions / Unjust Enrichment
General / Equitable Remedies / Restitution
Torts / Economic Torts / Fraud, Misrepresentation & Inducement
Trademarks & Unfair Competition / Federal (Lanham Act) / Unfair Competition, False Advertising & Related Torts

Courts
Eleventh Circuit (highest court)
S.D. Florida


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