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NCAA Player Likeness Litigation

The In re NCAA Student-Athlete Name & Likeness Licensing Litigation began with The Paynter Law Firm and Hagens Berman filing suit against the NCAA, Electronic Arts, and the Collegiate Licensing Company, alleging that those entities had unlawfully used the names and likenesses of NCAA student athletes in sports videogames distributed by Electronic Arts.

After five years of litigation, the Class of student-athletes reached a $60 million combined settlement with the NCAA and Electronic Arts. For more information on that settlement, visit