Switch Lights

The lights are on

  • Blog Post: EA Sports And Collegiate Licensing Company Settle Likeness Lawsuit

    EA Sports and the Collegiate Licensing Company have settled with plaintiffs Sam Keller, Ed O' Bannon, and others over a class-action lawsuit regarding player names, images, and likenesses. The O'Bannon and Keller cases have dogged EA for years, and similar cases (like the one involving Rutgers... More
  • Blog Post: EA Sports Cleared Of Wrongdoing In Player Likeness Lawsuit

    A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by former college quarterback Sam Keller against EA Sports regarding the publisher's use of his likeness in past NCAA Football games. [Except] Back in 2009 the former Arizona State and Nebraska quarterback sued EA Sports, the NCAA, and the Collegiate... More
  • Blog Post: Another Former College Athlete Sues EA And NCAA Over Likeness

    Bobby Maze, a former NCAA basketball player for Tennessee, has brought a suit against EA Sports and the NCAA in a California federal court. He claims that EA and NCAA used his likeness in EA's NCAA basketball series. While no actual player names are used in NCAA sports games, EA does present very... More
Page 1 of 1 (3 items)