Meatloaf Settles Lawsuit Over "I Would Do Anything For Love"

Meat Loafhas ended a two-year legal battle over ownership of 1993's “I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That)” in a deal that saw the suit dismissed with prejudice.

That means that neither Meat Loaf and songwriting colleague Jim Steinman, or the other party in Enclosed Music LLC, can reopen the case under any circumstances. The dismissal followed an agreement made in February that the parties should find a settlement but could reopen proceedings if the attempt failed,Law360.comreported. Settlement details were not disclosed.


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