CHRIS CAGLE SUES MANAGER

Chris Cagle has taken his manager/publisher, Mark Hybner, to court. He's suing to nullify his publishing contract with the company owned by Hybner. The suit was filed against Hybner, Mark Hybner Management and Mark Hybner Publishing on April 28 in Nashville. Cagle's complaint claims Hybner told him he did not need a lawyer to advise him on his publishing contract nor on an amendment made later to that contract. In doing so, Chris says Hybner violated his manager's duty to look out for his client's best interests. Chris wants the court to declare both his songwriting agreement and the amendment made to it "void and unenforceable."

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