11.19.13 | Richard S. Stockton discusses class certification in NCAA case

Mr. Stockton discusses a California federal judge’s move to certify a class of current and former NCAA Division I football and basketball players in In re NCAA Student-Athlete Name & Likeness Licensing Litigation in the Nov. 19 issue of World Intellectual Property Review. Please click here to read the article, “Student athletes granted class request in image rights case.”

Mr. Stockton also discusses the case, which involves antitrust and right of publicity issues, in the Nov. 19 issue of Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. Please click here to read the article, “Ruling over NCAA could rock colleges.” Subscription is required.