Taiwanese pop band Sodagreen’s former manager, Lin Weizhe, sued its main singer, Wu Tsing-Fong, for copyright infringement. Lin claimed that Wu has already transferred the copyright ownership of Sodagreen’s songs that Wu wrote to him, but Wu still performed those songs without his consent. Wu’s current label Universal Music Group replied by saying Wu never transferred his copyrights to Lin. Wu’s solo concert will be held according to plan, unaffected by this lawsuit.
Besides, after a long hiatus, Sodagreen is coming back. The band would be managed under their own company, with drummer Shih Jyun-Wei as the company representative.
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