Wednesday, November 12, 2014
email@example.com Notices from Administrator about eligible publications: To class members receiving notice about their articles not being eligible because the publisher does not appear on the official list. If you know or believe that your article appeared on or in any database or archive that was available to anyone, for example on a website run by the publisher or an individual publication, provide whatever information you have to the Administrator. You can also provide a copy of your information to me. I will make every effort to see that all eligible articles are recognized. It appears that there may be some publications that did not copy their print articles to databases or websites, so some articles may not be eligible. Charles Chalmers, C Claims Counsel, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
What I Told Publishers Weekly in 2010 About the Legacy of the 'Freelance' Case
Here's How Publishers Weekly Covered the Final Settlement in 'Freelance'
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
'FREELANCE' SETTLEMENT APPROVED
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Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Chalmers: 'Likely That Settlement Will Be Approved June 10'
Saturday, March 01, 2014
A Note on the Notice for the June 10 Fairness Hearing
Like many of you, I received from the administrator a notice labeled "NO CLAIM." Not to worry, "C" subclass attorney Charles Chalmers assured us; he called it a "minor screw-up." Here's the full explanation on the http://copyrightclassaction.com website: On February 24, 2014, a Notice was mailed (or emailed) to each name and address (or email address) that was in the database of the Claims Administrator. Please be advised that you may have received more than one Notice, either by mail, e-mail, or both. Each Notice included an indication of the status of a claim for a particular claim number. A “No Claim" status indicated at the top of a Notice you received means that the Claims Administrator does not have a claim on file under that particular claim number. It is possible, however, that the Claims Administrator does have a claim on file under a different claim number. If so, you should also receive a Notice indicating that you have a claim on file under a different claim number. The reason some potential class members may have more than one claim number is because of the way the numbers were originally assigned for the 2005 settlement (especially if a person filed a claim listing a name or address different from the contact information that was provided to the Claims Administrator and listed in its records). If you believe that you filed a claim in response to the 2005 settlement, but you have not received a Notice by March 3, 2014 indicating that the Claims Administrator has a claim on file for you, please contact the Claims Administrator.
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Chalmers: 'Preliminary approval given today. Final approval hearing scheduled for June 10th.'