We represented a management and publishing company in a suit filed by a well-known entertainer in an attempt to “break” his management and publishing contracts. The artist sued his management company in an effort to void the management and publishing deals he had previously signed. Our client countersued alleging breach of fiduciary responsibility by the artist. During proceedings the artist attempted to file bankruptcy in an effort to avoid fulfilling his agreement in the management contract. Our bankruptcy attorneys were tasked to assess the value on the music catalog. The case ended in a judgment in the trial and appellate court upholding the initial management agreements and our client’s right to enforce those agreements.