A man claiming to have been cheated out of credit for writing a song that was eventually recorded by R&B star Usher has won a more than $40 million judgment in a combined verdict and settlement against two men he co-wrote the song with.
The award, which included a $27 million verdict and a $17.35 million stipulated judgment that was part of a broader settlement, was entered in a Philadelphia state court last week.
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