When Sir Paul McCartney first scribbled the lyrics to “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” 45 years ago, little did he know that they would one day be worth a fortune.  The former Beatle sued Peter Cane's client, without success, to recover the original lyric sheet.   Read the full story here …

When Emmy-winning production designer Charles Lisanby discovered that Radio Music Hall was licensing its Christmas show, containing his original work, to theaters in Branson, Mo., and Myrtle Beach, S.C., he retained Peter Cane.   Read the story here …

Shortly before Let It Be: A Celebration of the Music of The Beatles opened on Broadway in 2013, the producers of a similar show filed a lawsuit alleging that Let It Be owed the earlier production 50 percent of the revenues. The Let It Be team engaged Peter Cane. Read the full story here …

According to the New York Post, Peter S. Cane is a “Legal-eagle high flyer…” and a no-nonsense, no-joke attorney. Featured in the same article with attorneys Loretta Lynch (now U.S. Attorney General), and Joe Tacopina (of the notorious Natalie Holloway case), Cane is best known for his aggressive representation and discretion when it comes to celebrity clients. Read the full story here …

Kanye West has settled charges that his 2013 hit single “New Slaves” ripped off the work of a Hungarian rock star, The Post has learned. The hip-hop impresario reached an out-of-court deal with Hungarian artist Gabor Presser on Monday, court documents show—just two days before West was slated to be deposed in the case. Read the full story here …