This is great news! Since we didn't know what was in the settlement, I've been curious if we would start to see songs reverting to Paul on schedule, and apparently they are! When I checked earlier in the year, MPL did not own "Do You Want to Know a Secret" (it should have gone back on April 26). Now it has. Below is a link to the listing from Paul's lawsuit of the contested songs published by Sony; it includes the termination dates: James Paul McCartney v. Sony/ATV Music Publishing: Exhibit A | Paul Mc Cartney | John Lennon All of the songs that should have passed back to Paul as of today have, except "Hello Little Girl", which just should have passed back August 23, and "Thank You Girl", which should have reverted August 2, but another party, Conrad, is also involved with "Thank You Girl" - potential snag there perhaps? While not recorded by the Beatles, the song "Tip of My Tongue" is also now owned by MPL. Please note that the songs "Love Me Do", "P.S. I Love You", "Please Please Me" and "Ask Me Why" got back to MPL via some earlier deal or purchase - I don't remember the details. In addition, six songs are now published by Round Hill Music/BMG, and, so, were not part of Paul's lawsuit against Sony and, therefore, not on the linked listing: SHE LOVES YOU I SAW HER STANDING THERE FROM ME TO YOU THERE'S A PLACE I WANNA BE YOUR MAN MISERY I saw a Billboard article that indicated that these six were supposed to revert in 2019, but did not provide a date. As they came out in 1963, that would make sense to someone like me who knows nothing about copyright law! Please, if anyone else has additional or better information, chime in! But this looks to me like good news for Paul, with the last of the songs due to be returned to him in 2026!