Prince Should Pay $3.9M In Perfume Dispute: Referee

Law360, New York (September 2, 2011, 2:41 PM EDT) -- Pop superstar Prince should pay $3.9 million in damages for failing to make good on an endorsement deal to promote perfumes named after the musician's albums, a special referee in New York recommended in late August.

Special referee Louis Crespo recommended the damages award to Revelations Perfume and Cosmetics Inc. on Aug. 25 to cover its out-of-pocket expenses incurred by Prince's failure to live up to a contract to promote two fragrances, including 3121, named after the album released in 2006.

However, Crespo refused to award...
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