LEGAL GUIDE
Written by attorney Michael S. Finkelstein | Apr 8, 2015

Making a claim under the NCAA and EA Sports Class Action Settlement

This guide explains the claims process for current or former NCAA football or basketball athletes whose likenesses may have been appropriated in the EA Sports "NCAA Football" or "March Madness" videogames in which a class action lawsuit was filed and a settlement agreement was reached.

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For all inquiries or questions, please refer to the website that has been set up for this class action at: http://www.ncaa-ea-likeness-settlement.com/. * Advertising Material Michael Finkelstein is a licensed attorney practicing with Wolfe, Begoun & Pick, LLC, in New Orleans, Louisiana. For information on his firm and his practice, visit http://www.wbplaw.com/ or http://mfinkesq.com. Disclaimer: No attorney-client relationship is being formed by virtue of me sharing this information with you. This guide is informational only, containing information regarding pending litigation and the claims process. This information should not be considered legal advice. Neither Michael nor our firm had a role in the litigation nor are we profiting from any client fees nor attorney fees. This information should not be considered solicitation of business. Neither Michael nor the firm are involved in the claims process nor are affiliated with the claims administration company or its website. We make no promises on the success of your claim; valid claims can only be determined by submitting your Claim through the appropriate channels and within the appropriate deadlines as directed by the Notice document, Claim form, or in the packet of information you received in the mail from the claims administrator. For a more complete description of our internet policies, visit our firm's website, below.

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