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Attys Paid by the Song, and 2nd Circ. Says That Sounds Fine


13 Mar 2019
Reprinted with permission

Morrison & Foerster scored a win on behalf of TouchTunes, with the Second Circuit affirming that the district court was "well within its discretion" when it awarded attorney fees based on the number of song credits actually redeemed by users in the settlement. The class action, which concerned skipped songs in bars, was deemed by the New York district court to be "a nuisance case."

TouchTunes was represented by partners Joseph R. Palmore and Jamie A. Levitt.

Read the article by Law360 entitled, "Attys Paid By The Song, And 2nd Circ. Says That Sounds Fine" to learn more.



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