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Atlanta Journal-Constitution writer Bill Wyman was asked to "cease and desist" using his own name by the lawyers of former Rolling Stone bassist Bill Wyman. "Mr. [Howard] Siegel magnanimously allowed I could continue to use my own name if I could prove that I had come by it legally, and if I added a disclaimer to everything I wrote in the future, `clearly indicating that [you are] not the same Bill Wyman who was a member of the Rolling Stones,'" writes Wyman in a column for the Atlanta paper.
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Title Annotation:Bill Wyman name faces legal challenge
Publication:The Progressive
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Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jan 1, 2003
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