Lawsuit Against Habakkuk Music Dismissed in New York District Court

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The lawsuit by Isaiah D. Thomas and Global Gospel Music against Habakkuk Music, Inc. and April Washington-Essex last March and was dismissed on December 6, 2010 for “lack of personal and subject matter jurisdiction.”

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After almost a year of making headlines, the lawsuit (Case number 1:10-cv-01818-GBD New York District Court) filed against Habakkuk Music, Inc. ended Friday, when New York District Judge, George B. Daniels dismissed the suit.

The lawsuit which was brought by Isaiah D. Thomas and Global Gospel Music against Habakkuk Music, Inc. and April Washington-Essex last March and was dismissed on December 6, 2010.

Habakkuk Music, Inc. has also worked out an agreement with Global Gospel Music Group, LLC and Isaiah D. Thomas to release him from his recording obligations and to grant Global Gospel the rights to record and distribute his music.

Habakkuk Music, Inc., CEO, April Washington-Essex, said “I’m thankful for the excellent council of my attorney, Mark Frey and the legal team of Serling, Rooks, Ferrara, LLC. As a growing company it is important for us to protect the integrity and credibility of Habakkuk Music. I wish the best for Isaiah Thomas and Global Gospel Music.”

About Habakkuk Music -
Habakkuk Music, Inc., an independent gospel music recording label, which launched in September 2008, has a formidable distribution agreement with Universal Music/Fontana Distribution, which includes retail distribution in the United States, Canada and digital worldwide.

Other artists on the label include 2009 Stellar Award Winner Jessica Greene, Rev. Stefanie R. Minatee & Jubilation, Lisa Page-Brooks, James Grear & Company, Kevin Levar & One Sound, Papa San, Debra Ashley, Gail Holmes and more announcements coming soon!

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