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Topic - Barry Weiss
Universal Music Group has announced a major restructuring, splitting Island Def Jam into three stand-alone labels as Barry Weiss resigns as chairman and CEO of the label's East Coast group.
Testimony has opened in a defamation lawsuit against Britney Spears' parents, with a top record executive saying he was never told that plaintiff Sam Lutfi was her manager.
A top recording executive testified Monday that he was Britney Spears' "lifeline" during the darkest days of her well-documented meltdown and never heard that she had a new manager named Sam Lutfi.
His special assistant, Barry Weiss, who wrote the Stormwater Management Act, was fired.
Weiss said Spears had no manager during that period.