Singer/songwriter Sarah McLachlan's court battle over songwriting credits on
her debut album resumed this week in the Supreme Court of British Columbia in
Vancouver. Mark Jowett, of McLachlan's label, Nettwerk Productions, testified in her
defense Monday and was cross-examined Tuesday (Feb. 9). Onetime McLachlan
associate Darryl Neudorf is claiming he deserved songwriting credit on several tunes on
McLachlan's 1988 debut album, Touch. "The end is near, and we're looking
forward to a resolution," McLachlan's manager, Terry McBride, said Tuesday.