According to the lawsuit, a financial adviser -- was hired for the deal and got played into the tune of $304k. Jay-Z's firm refused to cover a hefty bill related to his purchase price of this Tidal streaming service ... according to a new lawsuit.
Jay's co., S. Carter Enterprises, hired lawyers in Sweden to close the Tidal deal in 2014, according to the lawsuit. Jay was purchasing Aspiro AB, the Swedish company that then owned Tidal. Roschier Advok-- never mind ... the law firm and also the adviser are suing for the outstanding bills, paid in full
From the docs, the firm -- Roschier Advokatbyrå AB states that its lawyers place in more than 1,400 hours over the agreement and sent S. Carter Enterprises a charge for about $629,000. The company says Jay's team produced a partial payment but is still on the hook for over $294k.