Former Journey singer Steve Perry has sued Journey members Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain over Journey songs.

Perry filed a petition to cancel trademark registrations for twenty Journey songs filed by his  former bandmates. Some of the group's best-known radio favorites, including "Separate Ways," "Open Arms," "Anyway You Want It," "Who's Crying Now," "When You Love a Woman" and others, are involved in Perry's legal action, which says that Cain and Schon filed to register the songs in 2020 through Freedom JN LLC for use on hats, T-shirts, athletic jackets and other paraphernalia. Perry says these registrations violate an earlier agreement that stipulates decisions like these must be made with "prior, written unanimous consent of all partners in each instance".