Snoop Dogg and Priority Records are considering mediation to settle a $2 million breach-of-contract lawsuit filed by the rapper in November 2006, The Associated Press reports. Priority Records wants the suit dropped, claming that Snoop waited too long to file. Attorneys for both parties agreed Monday that mediation may be a good alternative to a trial, but Snoop's representatives have to wait for the rapper to return from a European tour to get his approval. The case will return to court August 27.
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