Category: Updates

Heirs of Duke Ellington estate seek 50 percent compensation of late-jazz composer’s foreign sales, sources say (NY)

The highest court in the New York area (where’s Monty Python when you need it?) is gearing up to hear arguments posted by heirs to jazz legend Duke Ellington in a recent lawsuit with EMI. The suit is to regain half the royalties of Ellingtons foreign sales, which EMI has claimed authenticity to. The suit Keep Reading…


Summer hiatus underway

With the exception of posting original commentary, Estate of Denial® will be on a summer hiatus over the next weeks. We anticipate being fully back in action by late July.


From the world of limitless bounds!

Check out this Also, Everyone Reading This Item Is Ordered to Forget It Forthwith post from Texas Monthly: After League City attorney Calvin C. Jackson and the State Bar settled allegations that he had forged lawyers’ signatures in a civil case, Jackson decided that he wanted all references to the case removed from the Internet. To the surprise of Keep Reading…


Report investigates Florida and the ‘warehousing’ of disabled children

At Estate of Denial® we’ve longed written about abusive guardianships usually targeting either wards with assets or those who provide “headcount” value that assists those looking to fill the rosters of government programs. Note also that individuals with medical conditions or injuries that have resulted in lucrative financial settlements can also be particularly attractive marks. Keep Reading…


Heirs of late KISS drummer denounce lawsuit filed against KISS band members

Estate of Denial® readers certainly know (with many having experienced) how unwelcome third parties can insert themselves into estate issues. reports that’s what is happening with regard to the estate of the late KISS drummer Eric Carr. From Loudwire: Yesterday (March 11), we reported that the heirs to late KISS drummer Eric Carr‘s estate Keep Reading…

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