Law360 (June 21, 2018, 8:27 PM EDT) -- The estate of the late pop superstar Prince asked a Minnesota federal court Thursday to force the producer of the Prince EP "Deliverance" to hand over documents and communications related to the posthumous release of the recordings, which the estate says violated Prince's intellectual property rights.
The estate, Paisley Park Enterprises, said in its motion to compel that sound engineer George Ian Boxill, who previously worked with Prince, had withheld documents during discovery that were related to subjects in which he had already waived attorney-client privilege.
Paisley Park also asked the court to make Rogue Music Alliance LLC, which initially released...
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