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1. Jonnie Taylor Concert Film Causes Lawsuit
Highest Court N.D. Texas
Year Ended 2002
Plaintiffs Malaco Records
Defendants Film Distributor(s)
Film Producer(s)
Other Taylor, Johnnie
Short Description Plaintiff is the exclusive licensee of Johnnie Taylor's recordings, including any videos made, and Defendant is an outside film company that allegedly contracted with Taylor to film his performances, but the parties themselves never reached an agreement regarding the film. Defendant, without Plaintiff's permission, marketed and distributed the film, "Johnnie Taylor Live at the Longhorn Ballroom," and Plaintiff sued. The court found blatant copyright infringement and irreparable harm, and thus granted Plaintiff's request for an injunction. - LSW


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2. Jonnie Taylor's Late Start
Highest Court Court of Civil Appeals of Alabama
Year Ended 1995
Plaintiffs Music Promoter(s)
Defendants Music Producer(s)
Taylor, Johnnie
Other No Other parties on file
Short Description Johnnie Taylor, a well-known soul and blue vocalist, entered a contract with Plaintiff promoters to perform at their festival event, but failed to appear on time. In an action to recover for breach of contract, Plaintiffs received amounts already paid to Taylor, lost profits, and the money spent to find a replacement. Classic contract case. - LSW


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