Sam Lipshie and Pat Moskal Achieve Notable Success in Representation of Musician Clint Black

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In Nashville, the Tennessee Court of Appeals reversed a chancery court's ruling against country music artist Clint Black on claims Black brought against his former business manager. The claims included accounting malpractice, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, misrepresentation, and violation of the Tennessee Consumer Protection Act. Bradley Arant Boult Cummings partners Sam Lipshie and Pat Moskal defended Black in this notable case. Lipshie was quoted in LJN’s Entertainment Law & Finance, saying that this ruling was “the first case other than (arguably) Malmsteen…to apply different statutes of limitation (breach of fiduciary duty, rather than accounting malpractice) to an accountant serving an entertainer in a business manager role.”

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