Alan Parsons Can Pursue 'Knockoff' Claims Against Promoter

Law360 (March 12, 2020, 9:15 PM EDT) -- Grammy winner Alan Parsons can move forward with a lawsuit accusing his former promoter of costing him millions and tarnishing his name by using it to advertise "knockoff" concerts, after a Florida federal court rejected defense arguments Thursday that it cannot hear the case.

Orlando-based U.S. District Judge Roy B. Dalton Jr. said in his six-page order that Florida-based promoter John Regna and his company World Entertainment Associates of America Inc., or WEAA, were wrong in arguing that a lawsuit they filed in the United Kingdom in response to Parsons' bid to block one of their concerts in Spain means that...

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