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This morning the Supreme Court denied certiorari in Davis v. Electronic Arts, Inc. This case from the Ninth Circuit rejected a First Amendment defense to right of publicity claims when the videogame Madden NFL depicted professional football players without their permission..Davis v. Electronic Arts Inc. USDC, N.D. California . District court holds that retired football players were not “readily identifiable” from digital avatars intended to represent those players in popular video game “Madden NFL,” and therefore granted partial summary judgment dismissing retired players’ claims under .Case opinion for US th Circuit DAVIS v. ELECTRONIC ARTS INC. Read the Court’s full decision on FindLaw..The court in Davis v. Electronic Arts stated that the Madden video game “replicates players’ physical characteristics and allows users to manipulate them in the performance of the same activity for which they are known in real life playing football for an NFL team.”.

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Davis v. electronic arts

Case opinion for US th Circuit DAVIS v. ELECTRONIC ARTS INC. Read the Court’s full decision on FindLaw..Davis v. Electronic Arts, Inc. On , the United States District Court for the Northern District of California denied class action certification for the retired National Football League NFL players suing Electronic Arts for using their likelihood in their Madden NFL series videogames, and dismissed Electronic Arts’ summary .This morning the Supreme Court denied certiorari in Davis v. Electronic Arts, Inc. This case from the Ninth Circuit rejected a First Amendment defense to right of publicity claims when the videogame Madden NFL depicted professional football players without their permission..Nov Brief amicus curiae of Thomas Jefferson Center for Protection of Free Expression filed. Nov Brief amici curiae of Constitutional Law and Intellectual Property Law Professors filed. Nov Brief amicus curiae of Entertainment Software Association filed. Nov Brief amici.This morning the Supreme Court denied certiorari in Davis v. Electronic Arts, Inc. This case from the Ninth Circuit rejected a First Amendment defense to right of publicity claims when .Davis v. Electronic Arts Inc. USDC, N.D. California . District court holds that retired football players were not “readily identifiable” from digital avatars intended to represent those players in popular video game “Madden NFL,” and therefore granted partial .DAVIS V. ELECTRONIC ARTS Appeal rejected a video game maker’s transformative use defense because its video game contained “literal recreations” of members of the band “No Doubt” doing “the same activity by which the band achieved and maintains its fame.”.The California federal district court, in Davis v. Electronic Arts Inc., recently issued the latest in a series of decisions involving athletes’ right of publicity “ROP” claims aimed at Electronic Arts’ “EA” popular sports videogame franchise..

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