Rap Trio Migos Claims Lawyer Cheated Them Out Of Millions

Law360 (July 15, 2020, 6:02 PM EDT) -- Rap group Migos filed a lawsuit Wednesday against their longtime lawyer Damien Granderson, accusing him and his firm of stealing millions of their earnings by taking excessive fees, failing to obtain written agreements and failing to disclose a conflict of interest over his representation of their music label.

In a complaint filled with allegations against Granderson of plotting and scheming against the trio for years, Migos members Quavo, Offset and Takeoff accuse the attorney of tricking the group of young musicians who put their trust in him.

The suit, which also targets Granderson's firm, Granderson Des Rochers LLP, and his previous...

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