Sony Sued By The Three Degrees Over Unpaid Royalties

Law360, Los Angeles (February 8, 2017, 6:55 PM EST) -- Singing group The Three Degrees, known for their hit song "When Will I See You again," sued Sony Music Entertainment Inc., their late manager’s estate and his widow in New York federal court on Tuesday alleging the band is owed multiple decades’ worth of royalties.

The complaint said the group made a deal with their late manager Richard Barrett for each member of the trio to receive 25 percent of gross earnings from album and record sales, with the final quarter going to their business entity owned by Barrett, Three Degrees Enterprises.

But the trio says Barrett concealed their portions of...

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