Former Oasis drummer TONY McCARROLL, who was sacked from the British supergroup in 1995, is suing the lawyers who failed to win him compensation - for the second time.
The rocker wants to exact revenge on the legal team who failed to win his bid for $32.4 million (GBP18 million) damages from the band when they axed him.
McCarroll, who worked on hit Oasis album DEFINITELY MAYBE, claims he had a five-album contract and had been "unlawfully expelled from the partnership".
The drummer was forced to settle for just $990,000 (GBP550,000) compensation. He immediately sacked and sued his lawyers, but a judge dismissed the case.
McCarroll's legal spokesperson refused to comment on the progress of his second court attempt.