N.C.A.A. Fails to Stop Licensing Lawsuit New York Times: “A district court judge in San Francisco on Monday [February 8, 2010] denied the N.C.A.A.’s motion for dismissal in a class-action lawsuit headed by the former U.C.L.A. basketball star Ed O’Bannon. The ruling leaves the N.C.A.A.’s licensing contracts open to discovery. O’Bannon’s lawyers filed the antitrust suit in July, claiming that former athletes should be compensated for the use of their images and likenesses in television advertisements, video games and on apparel. They said Monday’s ruling was an important first step.” Share this:PrintFacebookLinkedInTwitterGooglePinterest Related posts: 9th Circuit Court Allows Class Action Lawsuit Against Wal-Mart Alleging Gender Discrimination Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Walmart in Class Action Suit Court Gives Adware Maker WhenU Green Light Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Yelp, the Online Review Site Ten Ridiculous Lawsuits Against Big Business Iowa Race Discrimination Case Ruling Expected Soon Don’t Tase Me, Bro, Or You’re Violating My Rights Sodium Lawsuit Against Denny’s Dismissed Appeals Court OKs Hot Burger Lawsuit Another Lawsuit Over Spilt Coffee at McDonalds Found on the Internet 2017-06-02T21:13:24+00:00 Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+PinterestVkEmail Leave A Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.