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- Posted on Nov 18th 2009 11:15AM by John D. Luerssen
The firm is seeking $3.3 million from the singer for money it claims Stewart owes for work on three cases. One of those turned out unfavorably for Rod the Mod when he was ordered to pay $2 million to the Rio hotel-casino in Las Vegas for a last minute cancellation back in December 2000. At the time, Stewart maintained he was unable to keep the commitment because he was still recovering from throat surgery.
In addition to that case, the firm wants payment for services rendered when it represented Stewart in a trademark infringement case and a separate lawsuit filed by a peeved concert promoter. Stewart has yet to comment on the case.
If he loses the suit, Stewart should be able to pay up now that his recent 'Soulbook' spent several weeks in the Top 10 album charts.