Former Journey Singer Steve Perry Withdraws Trademark Lawsuit

Steve Perry has withdrawn the lawsuit he recently filed against his former Journey bandmates Jonathan Cain and Neal Schon. The singer was previously seeking to cancel various trademark registrations that were filed by the duo.

The complaint was related to trademarks that Cain and Schon filed for 20 songs through Freedom JN LLC in 2020. The tracks were allegedly trademarked so they could be used for various pieces of merch. Perry claimed that deal violated a previous agreement that says all decisions need “prior, written unanimous consent of all partners in each instance.” He also accused Cain and Schon of using “false or misleading information” to gain the trademarks.

Schon, who is also battling Cain over a performance at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort and a credit card dispute, shared a document regarding Perry’s decision to drop the suit on his official Twitter account:

[via Blabbermouth]

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