Afeni Shakur and Richard S. Fischbein v. Death Row Records Inc., Marion "Suge" Knight and David Kenner

April 2000
Current Legal Documents;1950-, p0
Presents a lawsuit filed, on April 18, 1997, by Afeni Shakur and Richard S. Fischbein against Death Row Records Inc., Marion 'Suge' Knight, and David Kenner regarding the death of musician Tupac Shakur. Success of Tupac Shakur in the music industry; Creation of Death Row Records Inc.; Financial decline of the company; Business relationship of Knight and Shakur; Finances of Shakur; How the death of Shakur effected the company.


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