Purchasers' Settlement With Video Game Software Maker Receives Final Approval

Purchasers' Settlement With Video Game Software Maker Receives Final Approval

OAKLAND, Calif. - A federal judge in California on May 30 granted final approval to a $27 million settlement of purchasers' claims that a manufacturer of interactive video game software violated antitrust law by entering into exclusive trademark licenses with U.S. football associations (Geoffrey Pecover, et al. v. Electronic Arts Inc., No. 08-cv-02820, N.D. Calif.).

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