Dodgers Face $2M Suit Over McCartney, AC/DC Shows

By Fola Akinnibi (January 11, 2017, 2:07 PM EST) -- A business development consultant and former concert promotion executive has filed suit against the Los Angeles Dodgers and its owners in California state court, accusing them of failing to pay his full fee for securing Paul McCartney and AC/DC for concerts at the team's stadium.

The suit brought on Monday by Thomas Davis, who worked in the music industry and now serves as a consultant and producer for corporations, production companies and celebrities, accuses the Dodgers and Guggenheim Partners, which bought the team in 2012, of reneging on a contract to pay him 10 percent of concert proceeds for his work...

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