Licensing Co. Seeks Coverage In NCAA Antitrust Actions

Law360, New York (October 11, 2011, 9:29 PM EDT) -- The Collegiate Licensing Co. on Tuesday slapped five of its insurers with a lawsuit seeking to force them to cover legal costs related to third-party antitrust class actions over the use of college basketball and football players' likenesses in video games.

In its complaint, CLC contends American Casualty Co. of Reading, Pa.; Great Divide Insurance Co.; Allied World National Assurance Co.; Westchester Fire Insurance Co.; and Lexington Insurance Co. have failed to uphold their agreements to cover legal bills under CLC's insurance policies with each respective...
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