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Tuesday, August 20, 2002

Kelly Corr Rejects Courtney's (Love) Proposal
Sue Zeidler -- -- August 20, 2002 05:29 PM ET

While some are following Courtney Love's lawsuit in Los Angeles brought by Geffen, a unit of Universal Music when Love, the widow of Nirvana's late bandleader Kurt Cobain, decided to stop recording for Geffen, others are following the real action in Seattle where Love is suing the remaining members of Cobain's grunge band Nirvana over ownership of the group's recordings and songs in the case worth millions of dollars in royalties.

Irish superstar Bono of the group U2 has been asked to testify for Love, while the band's former band members Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic questioned Courtney's mental stability in court papers filed this year.

Love recently submitted a written settlement proposal, but Nirvana's lawyer, Kelly Corr, on Tuesday said he told Love's lawyers upon receipt of the proposal that he considered it "one-sided and unreasonable."
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