Firm launches lawsuit for cult rock band Faith No More

December 4, 2015 – Firm lawyers David Given and Brian Conlon today filed a case in Los Angeles County Superior Court for client, and the three-time Grammy nominated cult rock band, Faith No More. Faith No More alleges that its former lead singer breached a 25-year old settlement agreement he made with the band by assigning his “rights” to Faith No More’s first album We Care A Lot and the use of Faith No More’s name in connection therewith to Manifesto Records. The complaint further alleges that Manifesto Records, and its president, who represented the lead singer in negotiating the very settlement agreement the lead singer is alleged to have breached, intentionally interfered with Faith No More’s contractual relations by inducing the lead singer to breach the contract and distributing We Care A Lot without the band’s consent.