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Anita Baker, a then unknown singer, signed a multiyear recording contract with Beverly Glen Music, Inc. (Beverly Glen). Baker recorded for Beverly Glen a record album that was moderately successful. After having some difficulties with Beverly Glen, Baker was offered a considerably more lucrative contract by Warner Communications, Inc. (Warner). Baker accepted the Warner offer and informed Beverly Glen that she would not complete their contract because she had entered into an agreement with Warner. Beverly Glen sued Baker and Warner, and it sought an injunction to prevent Baker from performing as a singer for Warner. Is an injunction an appropriate remedy in this case? Beverly Glen Music, Inc. v. Warner Communications, Inc., 178 Cal. App. 3d 1142, 224 Cal. Rptr. 260, 1986 Cal. App. Lexis 2729 (Court of Appeal of California)


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