The promoter calls to stop the singer's new agreements with Live Nation and Bluestone companies and even send a letter to management demanding that they stop collaborating
Eyal Golan (right) and Benny Peretz (left)
In recent days, the singer has been reported to have signed a new representation contract with production companies Live Nation and Bluestone, which will represent the singer and other artists from Liam Productions. Yesterday (Tuesday) Bnei Peretz's attorneys issued a letter to the company management demanding that they stop the cooperation.
In a letter sent by lawyer Boaz Ben Tzur and Avi Avrahammoff and reached "Israel Today", it is clear that "Liam Productions" is not permitted to make any contact with any third party which in essence relates to the representation of the artists with Me Levi and Nasrin Qadri, without obtaining Bnei Peretz's approval and consent. This is after the Peretz-Golan arbitrator, Judge Yoram Danziger, has explicitly stated in recent days that the artists' representations with Itai Levi and Nasrin Kadri will continue - by Peretz.
In the letter, prosecutors inform the two companies executives of the legal dispute in arbitration these days, with financial claims on the part of Bnei Peretz claiming breach of the singer's agreement.
"You are hereby required not to make any other agreement or agreement regarding or relating, whether directly or indirectly, to artists with Itai Levy and Nasrin Qadri not through Mr. Peretz and if so done by you - full legal action will be taken," the letter states. On the other hand, a source close to the Live Nation Israel said the company is not a party to a debate that is irrelevant to it.
As is known, Peretz and Golan were partners in managing Liam Productions. Recently the two have quarreled and these days a dirty procedure is underway that has a lot of money.
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