Sister Sledge Alleges Ex-Member Performing As 'Impostor'

Law360, New York (July 03, 2013, 8:13 PM ET) -- Soul group Sister Sledge hit former member Kathy Sledge Lightfoot with a lawsuit Tuesday alleging she has misused the group's trademarked name as a “vehicle” for her solo career, performing as Sister Sledge and misrepresenting to third parties that her three singing sisters have retired.

The trademark infringement suit, which was filed in Arizona federal court, indicated some family disharmony in the group founded by Kathy Sledge and her older sisters Kim, Debbie and Joni that is best known for the smash 1979 dance hit “We...
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