Former QB Says EA Is 'Forum Shopping' In Publicity Row

Law360, New York (August 30, 2013, 1:47 PM ET) -- A former college football player alleging Electronic Arts Inc. unlawfully profited off the use of his likeness in its video games said Thursday that the Ninth Circuit, which recently ruled the First Amendment didn't protect EA from his claims, should reconsider staying the lower court proceedings while the company appealed.

Samuel Keller, a former Arizona State University and University of Nebraska quarterback, asked the Ninth Circuit to revisit its decision not to mandate the reopening of the district court case while EA filed a writ of...
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