As the now four-and-a-half-year-long legal dispute between Kesha and her former producer continues in New York court, a state appeals panel has ruled that the pop singer can compel Sony Music Entertainment to identify people interviewed in its internal investigation that examined Kesha’s claims of sexual misconduct by the producer.

The decision by an Appellate Division, First Department panel affirms a 2018 lower court ruling that allowed Kesha’s motion to compel against nonparty Sony Music Entertainment.

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