Bloomberg Law
April 21, 2016, 11:15 PM

Prince Knew Law Firms Just Wanted His ‘Extra Time’

Casey Sullivan

Prince died today and we said RIP to one of the finest songwriters of our lifetime.

President Obama called him a virtuoso and the New York Times broke down his musical essence :

His most immediately recognizable (and widely imitated) instrumental style was a particular kind of pinpoint, staccato funk, defined as much by keyboards as by the rhythm section.

Around our office, Purple Rain quietly pulsed in a set of headphones. Elsewhere, we wondered who his lawyers were and what they were doing.

A quick docket and Google search showed that he had used a smattering of lawyers — Rhonda Trotter, ...

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