AceShowbiz - Jay-Z has emerged victorious in his lawsuit over the sale of his streaming service Tidal after his former lawyers dropped the case against him.
The "99 Problems" hitmaker purchased the Swedish company in 2015 and he was subsequently sued by bosses at two law firms, who alleged they did not receive all of their legal fees.
Executives at Roschier alleged they were owed $294,000, while bosses at SEB claimed they needed to be paid $304,400.
Last summer (2018), Jay-Z insisted the lawyers had been paid in full, but were seeking "additional compensation."
He also claimed the additional funds they were seeking from his S. Carter Enterprises company came from their "own culpable conduct in overbilling" him.
He was seeking a dismissal of the lawsuit, but according to The Blast, the lawyers have since filed a "stipulation of discontinuance," which will not allow them to refile in the future.