We are a leading defender of Phoenix Entertainment Partners lawsuits. In the past several months, Shay Phillips has achieved a series of successes against Phoenix. Our success in the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals Rumsey case serves as a linchpin in our defenses.
In March, the District of Colorado considered our motion to dismiss in one of our cases. It dismissed Phoenix's goods-based and service-based claims. Phoenix promptly dismissed its claims against our other clients in Colorado.
Similarly, after considering our motions to dismiss in a series of cases in the Eastern District of Missouri (St. Louis), the Court threw out Phoenix's claims against our clients.
Finally, ruling on our motion to dismiss, the District of Minnesota dismissed Phoenix's claims against our client in Minnesota. When Phoenix requested that the Court give it another chance to plead its case, we responded. The Court denied Phoenix's request and admonished it that its claims were barely believable.
Not all of our clients choose to litigate to the end. Some prefer the certainty of settlement. Recently, we settled a case in the Northern District of Florida on terms agreeable to our client while our motion to dismiss was pending. We have settled other cases on favorable terms agreeable to our clients.
Phoenix has brought claims for copyright infringement since buying the Chartbuster brand. This is a new development.
If Phoenix Entertainment Partners threatens you or your business, we offer free consultations. We have a proven track-record* defending against SOUND CHOICE lawsuits and we help people across the United States, having handled these matters in Illinois, California, Colorado, Missouri, and New York, and Florida so far. Contact us to see if we can help you. In the meantime, you can check out the cases that we have represented defendants in, below, or read more about these cases here.
Phoenix Entertainment Partners, LLC v. Sullivan, 1:17-cv-1496 (D.Colo.)
Phoenix Entertainment Partners, LLC v. Opperman, 1:17-cv-1523 (D.Colo.)
Phoenix Entertainment Partners, LLC v. Sports Legends, LLC, et al., 4:17-cv-1209 (E.D.Mo.)
Phoenix Entertainment Partners, LLC v. Kwench, LLC, et al., 4:17-cv-1213 (E.D.Mo.)
Phoenix Entertainment Partners, LLC v. Happy Hours, LLC, et al., 4:17-cv-1304 (E.D.Mo.)
Phoenix Entertainment Partners, LLC v. Ryco Enterprises, LLC, et al., 4:17-cv-1306 (E.D.Mo.)
Phoenix Entertainment Partners, LLC v. Star Music, Inc., et al., 0:16-cv-4078 (D. Minn.)
Phoenix Entertainment Partners, LLC v. Harrell, 0:15-cv-3020 (D. Minn.)
Phoenix Entertainment Partners, LLC v. Boyte, et al., 4:16-cv-2911 (S.D.Tex).
Phoenix Entertainment Partners, LLC v. Aguayo, et al., 2:16-cv-0449 (M.D.Fl.)
Phoenix Entertainment Partners, LLC v. Rumsey, No. 15-2844 (7th Cir.)
Phoenix Entertainment Partners, LLC v. Cable, 8:16-cv-00467 (C.D. Cal.)
Slep-Tone Entertainment Corp. v. The Basket Case Pub Inc., 1:15-cv-1009 (C.D.Ill)
* Of course, our past successes are not guaranties of future success.
Updated 4/11/18. More recent developments may not be reflected here.
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