YouTube Resolves Composer's Copyright Lawsuit One Day Before Trial
A trial in the copyright infringement case had been set to begin today
Alphabet's YouTube and Grammy-winning composer Maria Schneider said in a court filing on Sunday that they agreed to dismiss Schneider's San Francisco federal lawsuit accusing the video-sharing site of enabling the piracy of her works.
A trial in the copyright infringement case had been set to begin on Monday. YouTube and Schneider agreed to end the case with prejudice, which means it cannot be refiled.
An Alphabet spokesperson on Monday declined to comment on the filing. Attorneys for Schneider did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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