• Friday, Oct. 5, 2001
Trouble In Paradise? Charges Levied In Arbitration Filing

Though Straw Dogs has effectively closed, the same cannot be said of a contentious case that's surfaced involving the bicoastal commercial production house and its New York-headquartered, publicly held parent company, Paradise Music & Entertainment. A demand for binding arbitration filed...

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