Funk Legend George Clinton Wins Latest Battle With IP Firm

By Matthew Bultman (February 11, 2015, 7:33 PM EST) -- A California federal judge has ordered George Clinton's former attorneys at the intellectual property law firm Hendricks & Lewis PLLC to provide the funk music pioneer with an accounting of all money made from the masters of several of his albums since the settlement of a long-closed copyright lawsuit.

The Parliament-Funkadelic front man, who has been duking it out with Hendricks & Lewis for years, in December claimed that the firm had "subverted" the terms of the settlement agreement from a case against his former bandmates and refused to give him information about the funds.

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