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COLLINS SHOWS FORMER EWF MEMBERS "THE WAY OF THE WORLD"
$345,000 Overpayment To Be Recouped
From "Future Royalties Earned"
After walking away with an Oscar on this side of the pond, Phil Collins has now also won in court back in Britain.

Collins had filed suit against two former sidemen—horn players Louis Satterfield and Rahmlee Davis, both former members of Earth, Wind & Fire—when an accounting error was uncovered which showed the defendants had been overpaid $345,000 from their work on 1990's "Serious Hits—Live" album.

In their own defense, Satterfield and Davis claimed they were owed royalties from all 15 tracks on "Serious Hits," as opposed to the five tracks they performed on.

Collins was not seeking repayment of the cash but wanted a declaration that no further payments would be made.

London High Court Justice Jonathan Parker ruled in Collins favor, stating that the overpayment would be recouped from "future royalties earned." Parker added that is was "highly improbable" that any future royalty payments would ever cover that sum.

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