Rhapsody Class Action Settlement
You are a member of the settlement if you are the owner of mechanically distributed and/or reproduced rights in Qualifying Registered Works that were made accessible or played on the Rhapsody music service in the U.S. from March 7, 2013 to March 21, 2019 and Qualifying Unregistered Works that were not registered with the U.S. Copyright office.
Rhapsody will pay up to $35 for each validly claimed Qualified Registered Work that was played at least once. Rhapsody will pay $1.00 for each validly claimed Qualified Unregistered Work that was played at least 24 times by someone besides the copyright holder and for which Rhapsody did not have a voluntary or compulsory license.
Proof of Purchase
Lowery et. al. v. Rhapsody International, Inc. et al.,
Case No. 4:16-cv-0l 135,
United States District Court for the Northern District of California
Rhapsody is accused of unlawfully recreating and distributing specific copyrighted musical compositions to Rhapsody’s users through its music streaming service.
Lowery et. Al v. Rhapsody International Inc. Settlement
c/o Claims Administrator
PO Box 58232
Philadelphia, PA 19102-8232