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Quincy Jones Wins $9.4 Million From Michael Jackson's Estate

Jones charged the estate with "disguising" royalties and breaking the terms of his contracts with the King of Pop.
Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones at the the 26th Grammy Awards in 1984. Jones won a case against Jackson's estate this week over royalties he said had been "disguised." Source: William Nation

Quincy Jones has prevailed in a case he launched nearly four years ago against MJJ Productions, the record label founded by Michael Jackson, and Sony Music, over the "disguising" of royalties and breach of his

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