Bob Dylan Argues Co-Writer Gets No ‘Double-Dip’ From $300M Songs Sale

The defense of a lawsuit has Bob Dylan’s attorneys discussing for the very first time some details about the legendary songwriter’s recent $300 million sale of his entire catalog to Universal Music. This week, Dylan moved to dismiss a lawsuit brought in New York by the estate of Jacques Levy, who collaborated with Dylan on his 1976 album Desire.

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