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Amicus Briefs in Favor of MLB PDF Print E-mail
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Fantasy Stats Case
Wednesday, 13 June 2007 18:19

The following are armicus curiae ("friendly") briefs in support of MLB Advanced Media and the MLB Players Association (MLBPA) in their appeal of US District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, Judge Mary Ann L. Medler's ruling in August of 2006 in favor CBC Marketing Inc., who at that that time owned CDM Fantasy Sports, a fantasy sports company.

The ruling in favor of CBC, allowed CBC to conduct business using player statistics without a license or paying fees to MLBAM, who has an agreement with the MLBPA to license such data when associated to player names and numbers.

The following documents are in support of MLBAM and the MLBPA's urging a Federal Court to reverse the ruling:



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