Stewart Lawsuit Dropped

A prominent entertainment law firm has dismissed its case against Rod Stewart.

Glaser, Weil, Fink, Jacobs, Howard & Shapiro was seeking $3.3 million for fees for work on three cases – a 2000 cancellation in Vegas for which a federal jury ordered Stewart to pay $2 million to the Rio hotel casino, a trademark-infringement case and a lawsuit filed by a concert promoter.

Stewart was represented in the concerns by prominent entertainment attorney Skip Miller. The case was to go to trial in January; the firm’s attorney in this case would not comment on the dismissal or say if a settlement had been reached.

Stewart had denied wrongdoing in court filings.