Supreme Court Passes On TVT-IDJ Ja Rule Case
June 27, 2006 at 6:32 AM (PT)
The SUPREME COURT has refused to consider the ongoing legal case between TVT RECORDS and UNIVERSAL MUSIC GROUP's ISLAND DEF JAM regarding the blocked release of an album by JA RULE's CASH MONEY CLICK.
TVT originally won a $132 million judgement against DEF JAM in 2003, but a U.S. District Judge later cut that awared to $54 million, and last year, the 2nd U.S. CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS slashed the judgment to $126,720 in compensatory damages.
JA RULE began his career with TVT before signing with DEF JAM in 1998.