More Info on Buckcherry Suit


02/07/07
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(PR) As a follow up to the previous story. The lawsuit we were phoned about wasn't over the Buckcherry name. Today we received a copy of the lawsuit via a press release which states that "the suit was originally filed on September 24th 2004, but has been amended as of late January 2007." The basics of the suit allegations are that Josh Todd entered into an agreement with Todd Meagher to form Todd Entertainment, LLC and Meagher alleges that Todd has breached that contract which included a $4000 monthly salary to Todd (but he supposedly later demanded $10K a month).

The suit is against Todd, Buckcherry and now also includes "Universal Music Group International, Warner Music Group Corporation, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Atlantic Recording Corporation, Buckcherry Worlwide Llc, Kovac Media Group D/B/A/ Eleven Seven Music & 10th Street Entertainment, The Kirby Organization, Interactive Marketing And Design, Inc., D/B/A swagrox.com & upwards of a dozen other individuals" according to the press release.

We sent an inquiry to the band's publicist and also their current management company but as of press time we have not heard back. So hopefully we'll be able to get the other side of the story soon.

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