Disney, 'High School Musical' Singer Face Copyright Suit

Law360, New York (June 17, 2013, 1:07 PM EDT) -- Walt Disney Co. and “High School Musical” singer Drew Seeley were hit with a breach of contract and infringement lawsuit Saturday in Texas federal court, accusing them of flouting a deal Seeley signed with a production company before his work with Disney.

R N’ D Productions Inc. and its attorney claim Seeley — who lent his voice to the “High School Musical” series and several other Disney productions — signed a binding production deal in June 2000 that gave the company exclusive control over seven future...
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