The singer is seeking $2m in damagesRolling Stone reports that Taylor has filed a lawsuit against his former record label, Warner Bros. relating to what he calls outdated royalty rates which, he says, means that he gets rates that are appropriate for "phonograph records".
James Taylor Sues Warners Over Royalties
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