Williams, Paul
July 2002
Music Week;7/27/2002, Issue 29, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the decision of Sony Music to decline to comment on reports that singer Michael Jackson is considering suing the company for breach of contract. Accusation of Jackson against the music company.


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