An attorney says The Smashing Pumpkins have settled a pair of lawsuits filed against Virgin Records over use of the band's music.

Attorney Josh Glotzer represents band members James Iha and D'arcy Wretzky-Brown and says a confidential settlement with the record label has been reached.

Glotzer represented the former band mates in a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles. He says a separate case against Virgin that involves Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan in federal court is also settling.

The lawsuits were filed last year and dealt with use of the popular 1990s alternative band's songs in promotions and royalty payments to Iha and Wretzky-Brown.

A phone message left for Bradley Ellis, an attorney representing Virgin, was not immediately returned Monday.

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