Willkie Farr & Gallagher was sued in federal court in Los Angeles last week by Lamont Dozier, the co-founder of songwriting and production team Holland-Dozier-Holland, which was behind hit Motown acts like The Supremes and The Isley Brothers.

At issue: Willkie’s role advising on an issuance of Bowie Bonds, the asset-backed security for song royalties sometimes called Pullman Bonds because they were popularized by the banker David Pullman, now chairman and CEO of The Pullman Group in New York.

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