In a nine-page complaint filed Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court (read it here), Matt Luber and Luber Roklin Entertainment allege that Vagrant failed to pay “an agreed-upon 5% management commission on Vagrant’s gross earnings, stemming from Mr. Luber’s management of Mr. Walker’s career.”
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The breach-of-contract suit demands a jury trial and seeks unspecified damages. John Fowler and Kevin Cammiso of Kibler Fowler & Cave LLP in Los Angeles is representing the plaintiffs in the action.
Walker was killed in November 2013 when the car in which he was a passenger struck a tree at high speed. The driver, Walker’s friend, Roger Rodas, also died at the scene.
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