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On February 2, 2011 By Kate Kliebert January 31, 2011
Last November, tour promotion company Live Nation initiated a $5.35 million breach of contract suit against former chairman Michael Cohl. Now, Cohl is fighting back, alleging in a countersuit that Live Nation breached that contract by interfering with Cohl’s opportunity to secure promotional rights to the Rolling Stones 2011 tour.
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