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EPISODE 52

21 Savage is arrested by I.C.E., Bow Wow's Superbowl weekend domestic dispute, and Woody Allen takes on Amazon for backing out of their deal.

Stick around for The Breakdown of immigration law. 

Plus updates on Cardi B's suit against her ex-manager, and Drake's old label's lawsuit against Young Money and Universal.


EPISODE 51

Kanye is the glue that holds our episode together this week: (i) Japanese fabric supplier Toki Sen-I Co is taking Ye to court over unpaid fees, (ii) Yeezy is suing to be released from his deal with EMI/Roc a Fella Records, (iii) Roc Nation (Kanye's former label) goes after insurer HCCI for lost profits, and (iv) a NOLA rapper is NOT happy with Tyga's (former BF to Kylie Jenner, little sister of Kim K.) sampling etiquette. 

Plus, NY Attorney General, Letitia James hands down a blow to social media influencers and fake engagement, and The Breakdown of personal service agreements.


EPISODE 50

FINALLY. It's what you all have been waiting for. We give our long awaited, much anticipated, unfiltered reviews of both the Hulu and Netflix Fyre Fest documentaries. Long live our #UnderFyre series!

Stick around for The Breakdown of FTC social media disclosure do's and don't.


EPISODE 49

Happy New Year POPLAWyers! We're back with a little pep in our step for the 2019 grind. We cover a lot of ground in a little time so don't be afraid to listen to this one a couple of times  This episode we talk Jeff Bezos' divorce and possible payout to his wife Mackenzie, Rihanna putting a stop to her father's self-enrichment, and Mariah's former assistant trying to blackmail her.

Plus The Breakdown of prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements, and splitting marital assets. Also updates on Ed Sheeran's Marvin Gaye case and the Fortnite dance copyright lawsuits.


EPISODE 48

Nicki Minaj was caught up in her very own Fyre Festival-esque ordeal, 2 Milly may be finally getting his day in court for dance copyright infringement in Fortnite, Big Freedia fends off a former employee for copyright infringement, and Jay Z calls out the American Arbitration Association for lack of diversity.

Plus stick around for updates, The Breakdown: Dance Copyright, and Pop Culture Roundup.


 
 
 

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