Athletes Shoot For Cert. In NCAA Likeness Antitrust Row

Law360, New York (April 29, 2013, 8:09 PM EDT) -- Current and former college athletes who allege the NCAA violated antitrust laws by using their names and likenesses for television broadcasts and video games told a California federal court Thursday that they deserve to pursue their case as a certified class.

The group of college athletes, led by former University of California, Los Angeles, basketball player Edward C. O'Bannon Jr., filed a reply brief arguing in favor of class certification in an antitrust case against the NCAA, Electronic Arts Inc. and trademark licensing and marketing company...
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