David Cassidy's lawsuit against Sony may be decided by jury
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge said today he needs a few more days to think about whether former teen idol David Cassidy's money issues with the Sony Corporation should be placed in the hands of a jury, rather than decided by an arbitrator.
The star from The Partridge Family, a 1970s musical sitcom, filed a lawsuit on October 5, 2011, claiming the multinational conglomerate owes him millions of dollars in royalties.
In the suit, the actor, singer and songwriter alleges that Sony has yet to pay him for using his likeness on merchandising products from the popular television show.
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