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Entertainment and Sports Law Litigation

No Secondary Liability Seen Yet, By Band’s Reps, for Sexual Assault

A federal judge in Camden, NJ decided that a Christian rock band’s management, talent agent and lead singer weren’t vicariously liable for the sexual assault of a teenage fan committed by a member of the band.

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A federal judge in Camden, NJ decided that a Christian rock band’s management, talent agent and lead singer weren’t vicariously liable for the sexual assault of a teenage fan committed by a member of the band. K.G. v. Owl City, 17-8118.

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