Litigation is a wonderful thing. Or is that only love?

Depends on whether you ask L.A. music litigator Russell Frackman or his client, crooner Michael Bolton, who was slammed to the tune of $5.4 million back in 1994 when a federal jury decided that he and his songwriting partner had lifted an old Isley Brothers song for Bolton’s 1991 hit, “Love Is a Wonderful Thing.”

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