Jay Z Accused Of "Unprofessional Conduct" In Roc-A-Fella Logo Lawsuit! Catch Up On This $7 Million Case HERE!
Jay Z's former business associate Dwayne Walker sued Hova back in 2012, claiming that he designed the logo for Roc-A-Fella Records, and that he was owed $7 million in royalties.
Holy Grail that's a lot!
Now, in 2014, the case continues on and now Dwayne's attorney is claiming that Jay is guilty of using “unprofessional conduct” meant to “mislead” and “harass” Dwayne to increase the cost of litigation!
According to new court documents, Dwayne's attorney is moving the court to impose sanctions on Jay Z so that he'll have to pay “reasonable attorney’s fees and expenses, and a penalty to the court to end this misleading and wasteful conduct.”
In addition, Jay Z's side allegedly refuses to cooperate in a joint report, has switched around the schedule based on Jay's schedule, and won't agree to settling the case in a timely manner.
Meanwhile, Jay Z's attorneys have said that they have considered an earlier settlement offer, but do not foresee the case being resolved promptly.
We'll see how this all plays out!