The Paynter Law Firm Files Suit Against the NCAA, Electronic Arts and the CLC for the Use of NCAA Player Likenesses
March 5, 2009 - The Paynter Law Firm today filed suit against the NCAA, Electronic Arts and the Collegiate Licensing Company on behalf of Plaintiff Samuel Keller, former Nebraska and ASU quarterback. The suit alleges an unlawful conspiracy to use NCAA player likenesses in videogames produced by Electronic Arts. Filed in the Northern District of California, the case seeks damages on behalf of all NCAA division I football and basketball players whose names and/or likenesses were utilized in Electronic Arts videogames. Read more about the case.