The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit declined to increase attorneys fees in a class action settlement that the district court described as “pretty close to … worthless.”

Two class representatives initially brought suit against TouchTunes Music Corp. over its refusal to provide refunds of songs that customers purchase on one of its machines. However the terms don’t note that venue owners are given a remote control for the machines and are able to skip songs at their discretion. Both plaintiffs claimed that different bartenders in Montana did just that after they’d already purchased the songs.

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