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Federal Judge Rules Not To End Ed O'Bannon Case Against NCAA, EA Sports, CLC
Published January 30, 2013
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IF THE FORMER PLAYERS WIN: ESPN.com's Tom Farrey reports in the event the plaintiffs prevail in the case, their attorney Michael Hausfeld has "set up a mechanism for players to collect licensing revenues." Former Hausfeld LLC lawyer Jon King, who worked on the case, said that the Former College Athletes Association (FCAA) would "negotiate licenses with the NCAA, member colleges, video game and media companies." King "disclosed the existence of the FCAA in a wrongful termination suit he filed against Hausfeld earlier this month" (ESPN.com, 1/30).