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US Supreme Court Will Not Hear the NCAA’s Appeal to Intervene in the Electronic Arts Settlement

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Written by Christian Dennie   
Friday, 17 January 2014 15:14

The NCAA recently filed a Motion to Intervene relating to the First Amendment claims addressed in Electronic Arts v. Keller. The NCAA requested the opportunity to be heard on the issues presented to "ensure that [the NCAA's] membership is properly protected” in light of the settlement reached by the Plaintiffs and Electronic Arts. The United States Supreme Court has decided against hearing NCAA’s argument seeking to intervene in the lawsuit. Accordingly, the case will likely soon come to a conclusion.

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