Derek Crownover (Member and Entertainment Law Practice Leader, Music Row) was recently quoted in the New York Times Music Section article, “Paramore Bounces Back With Old Faces and a New Sound.”  Derek Crownover, along with Hugh Howser (Member, Nashville), Dustin Kovacic (Associate, Music Row), Cam Caldwell (Of Counsel, Music Row) and John Krieger (Member, Las Vegas) represented Jeremy Davis, former founding member of the Grammy-award winning band Paramore, in concurrent state and federal litigation with the band and its managers and business managers over claims of implied partnership, fiduciary duty breaches, breaches of contract and copyright authorship. The article briefly discusses the litigation and Mr. Davis’s claims, quoting Derek to clarify the current status of the case.

Since the article was posted, Mr. Davis has settled his claims with all parties and continues to expand into new ventures as a solo musician and producer.

Please feel free to contact our attorneys.  In our Music Row office: Derek Crownover can be reached at 615-577-9602, Dustin Kovacic may be reached at 615-57-9608 and  Cam Caldwell can be contacted at 615-577-9610.  Hugh Howser is located in our Nashville office and his telephone number is 615-780-1102.  John Krieger may be contacted in our Las Vegas office at 702-550-4439.