He reportedly claimed to have been compelled to resign from the band, and finally a settlement was made which allowed the persevering with members to make use of the identify Pink Floyd, whereas some idea rights reverted to Roger.
However, years later, Roger admitted he regretted suing his band, telling the BBC: “I used to be unsuitable. Of course I used to be… It’s one of many few instances that the authorized occupation has taught me one thing.
“Because after I went to those chaps and mentioned, ‘Listen, we’re broke, this isn’t Pink Floyd anymore,’ they went, ‘What do you imply? That’s irrelevant, it’s a label and it has industrial worth.
“‘You cannot say it is going to stop to exist… you clearly do not perceive English jurisprudence.’”