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Court Denies EA's Appeal To Dismiss Sam Keller Lawsuit
Published July 31, 2013
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The court rejected Pro Football HOFer Jim Brown's lawsuit alleging that EA's use of his image without permission misled consumers into believing he had endorsed the games. The judicial panel rejected that claim, but notably wrote in the decision that had the case been brought under similar terms to Keller, the outcome could have been different.