Under Dispute

The heirs of country star Conway Twitty have sued a business associate for the domain name The family’s business partnership, known as Conway Twitty United (CTU), had allowed Royce Inman (of Arkansas Trading Co.) to sell Twitty souvenirs on the Internet under a 1997 agreement. Inman later bought the domain name without CTU’s consent and has refused to give it to the family. Twitty died in 1993.